Entertech rebrands as BioConnect, to demo cloud biometrics app at ISC West

March 28, 2016 - 

BioConnect announced that it has rebranded the company, changing its former name of Entertech Systems to what was one of its core biometric identity products, BioConnect.

As an operating partner for Suprema in North America, the UK, Ireland and Puerto Rico, BioConnect’s identity platform has grown to cover 80% of the global access control market.

The company has further expanded its partnership ecosystem to also include a biometric device integration to the server cabinet level for its data center customers.

In a blog post, BioConnect said its rebranding communicates the company’s seamless integration of biometrics to enable the use of rightful identity, or as it refers to,the “Quest for Rightful Identity.”

As part of its rebranding, BioConnect has unveiled a new logo that is based on its core values as a company — to always be dauntless, outliers, bold and respectful.

Using the same green color scheme as its previous logo for Entertech, the new logo features ‘bio’ in bold to reflect the company’s biometrics focus.

BioConnect will develop several applications that integrate biometric authentication and cloud technologies where identity is core to the value proposition, starting with BioConnect TeamWorks.

The biometric identity application combines biometric hardware from Suprema with workforce management to track employee attendance and absence management.

The company will be demonstrating TeamWorks at ISC West next month in Las Vegas, where it will be offering the Absence Management feature of TeamWorks for free to everyone who visits their booth.

Previously reported, Actual iD deployed Entertech Systems’ BioConnect as its identity platform to manage biometric templates for the company’s cloud-based time and attendance application.

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