Credence ID CEO to speak about biometric identification at Montgomery Technology Summit

February 25, 2016 - 

Credence ID announced today that company Co-Founder and CEO, Bruce Hanson, will be presenting at the Montgomery Technology Summit 2016 in March.

The Montgomery Technology Summit brings together an invited and global group of entrepreneurs, senior investors and executives to discover the most important innovations in business and technology over two days of presentations, keynotes, panels and salons in Santa Monica, Calif.

This year’s summit is expected to attract more than 1,000 participants.

“We’re excited to be presenting at the Montgomery Technology Summit for the first time and describing the huge market for biometric identification and how Credence ID is addressing this opportunity,” said Bruce Hanson, Co-Founder and CEO of Credence ID. “By 2018, 3.8 billion people, nearly 50% of world’s population, will be enrolled in some form of eID (eg. face, fingerprint and/or iris) database. Our technology enables governments and enterprises to securely prove a person’s identity in support of an important transaction.”

“From enterprise data to financial technologies to connected devices, our goal is to connect technology’s best entrepreneurs with incredible investors, partners and advisers and to facilitate meetings that will lead to success for all parties,” commented Jamie Montgomery, founder of The Montgomery Summit.

This year, a global committee of senior investors from top venture capital and growth funds, prior summit attendees, researchers, entrepreneurs and summit partners and staff selected 140 companies to present from over 4,000 nominations.

Nominations were evaluated by each company’s sector, stage, growth and engagement metrics, as well as criteria including management, vision, and more.

The Montgomery Technology Summit 2016 will be held on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 in Santa Monica, California.

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