Goode Intelligence launches subscription-based biometrics insight service

November 4, 2015 - 

Goode Intelligence launched its new subscription-based Biometrics Insight Service which provides organizations with access to a large bank of biometric market research and intelligence.

The Biometric Insight service enables organizations to access current and scheduled biometrics market analyst and market intelligence reports, as well as priority access to Goode Intelligence analysts in an advisory capacity.

The service covers the most crucial areas of biometrics, providing insight into some of the fastest growing applications for biometric technology both on a sector and by-device basis.

“This new service allows our clients to access a combination of market research, forecast data and up-to-date market intelligence covering some of the fastest-growing areas of the biometrics sector today,” said Alan Goode, founder and managing director of Goode Intelligence. “We have been active in covering the biometrics sector since 2010 and accurately predicted the rise of consumer-based mobile biometrics and the need to protect people’s privacy while ensuring a secure frictionless experience.”

Aimed at both supply and demand side based organizations seeking insight into the biometrics industry, the service provides regularly published market analyst reports and monthly market intelligence reports.

Goode Intelligence’s market analyst reports cover an area in real depth and include interviews with key stakeholders, analysis of the key drivers and barriers, investigation of current and future deployment of biometric technologies, analysis of the pros and cons of deploying certain biometric modalities within a sector and device basis, insight into business models and six-year market forecasts for users, devices, transactions and revenue (regional and worldwide).

The service includes access to Goode Intelligence’s latest market analyst reports that investigate the adoption of biometrics for financial services in two separate reports, including biometrics for banking and biometrics for payments.

The service covers a range of areas, including biometric authentication and identity, biometrics for financial services including banking and payments, biometrics for consumer applications, biometrics within the enterprise for both logical and physical access control, mobile biometrics, wearable device biometrics, and biometric chip cards,

In terms of biometric modalities, the service provides detailed information on fingerprint, face, voice, behavioral, heart, eye-vein, finger-vein, palm-vein, and iris.

The market intelligence reports deliver critical up-to-date market activity, analysis and forecasts to clients’ mailboxes on a monthly basis.

These reports provide the latest insights and market activities on fingerprint biometrics, as well as mobile and wearable biometrics.

Previously reported, Goode Intelligence released a new analyst report titled “Biometrics for Payments – Payments Security Gets Personal; Market and Technology Analysis, Adoption Strategies and Forecasts 2015-2020”, which forecasts that by 2020 over $5.6 trillion of payments will be secured by biometric technology.

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