Suprema integrates biometric devices with ACT access control software

July 8, 2015 - 

Suprema announced that Suprema’s biometric devices can now be paired with UK access control developer Access Control Technology (ACT) Ltd. and its ACTenterprise access control software through Entertech Systems’ BioConnect identity management platform.

ACT’s flexible, scalable access control software, ACTenterprise, is designed to facilitate the requirements of any enterprise.

The software serves as a role-based platform with different modules depending on the user type.

“Suprema is pleased to bring top biometric solutions to ACT’s access control software. Both the installers and the users of the software will be granted access to a full range of high quality devices that offer convenience and security,” said Young S. Moon, vice president of Suprema. “This integration will provide customers with a software solution that includes a truly easy way to use and manage biometrics.”

The integration of Suprema’s biometric devices with ACTenterprise enables users to customize their functionality to their own needs to improve the overall security of the system.

Additionally, the integration with ACTenterprise provides more efficient, user-friendly access control for ACT customers.

Users will no longer be forced to manage badge records in two different systems (one for the access control panel and another for the biometric templates), as BioConnect seamlessly syncs users between the two systems.

Through BioConnect’s graphical user interface, users can access the enrollment window to search for a user/badge and add biometric templates. The integration enables ACT customers to integrate biometrics into their access control systems.

Suprema is now offering its entire line of biometric devices, including fingerprint detection, card and PIN readers and the BioConnect application, through ACT.

Previously reported, Suprema released a recent customer case study in which it provided core finger biometric technology and integrated software for medical device firm CorMatrix Cardiovascular’s access control system.

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