Next Biometrics signs Intuate Biometrics as its distributor in Spain

October 30, 2015 - 

Next Biometrics announced it has signed Intuate S.L., which operates under the name Intuate Biometric, as its official distributor in Spain.

Signing Intuate as its Spanish distributor plays an integral role for Next Biometrics in building a “strong network of high quality distributors around the world,” according to Next Biometrics CEO Tore Etholm-Idsoe.

Enabled by its patented Next Active Thermal principle, which is based on heat transfer, Next Biometrics offers high quality area fingerprint sensors that can be implemented in notebooks, tablets, smartcards, smartphones, doors, payment terminals, remote controls, USB-tokens, and key fobs.

“Intuate Biometrics is the most recognized biometric solution distributor in Spain,” said Radek Matyasek, vice president of EMEA sales at Next Biometrics. “With their expertise and proven track record, we are seeing excellent prospects for our products notably for access control, corporate access and Next-enabled markets. With Intuate Biometrics we will directly address Spanish market and indirectly also vast markets in Latin America where Spanish-based solution providers and system integrators sell their products and solutions.”

Headquartered in Barcelona, Intuate Biometrics specializes in delivering biometric solutions with a focus on logical security, integration tools, mobile identification, physical security and time and attendance.

“NEXT Biometrics fingerprint sensors and single finger fingerprint scanners offer exceptional cost-performance value,” said Sergio Peirot, managing director at Intuate S.L. “We are excited about the partnership and the business opportunity with NEXT Biometrics.”

Previously reported, Dell Inc. selected Next Biometrics fingerprint sensors for a range of its 2016 notebook and tablet products.

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