M2SYS and TIS Team Up for Middle East Biometric Security
The partnership between the two security firms is a strategic move to meet the growing the demand for biometric technology for TIS’ clients.
The Middle East Region, including the United Arab Emirates, is a fast growing market that demands the very best in security solutions. The combination of both technology and trained personnel gives these two companies an edge in meeting the demands of a potentially large market.
“The Middle East is a strategic growth area for biometric technology through governmental and commercial deployments,” said Mizan Rahman, M2SYS Founder and CEO. “This partnership will help address market demand for biometric access control, time and attendance, AFIS, and healthcare patient identification solutions and further strengthens our position as a global leader in biometric security solutions. It is a rapidly evolving market that the professional team at TIS are well positioned to serve.”
M2SYS Technology has been in the industry for more than a decade and has provided various security solutions to more than a million users scattered over 97 countries. The firm offers affordable biometric softwares that are not just simple to integrate into existing system but also provide a reliable support group.
“This partnership is a critical part of our strategic goal to continue fulfilling market requirements for security solutions,” commented Adnan Musleh, President of TIS. “Combining the biometric technology expertise of M2SYS with the highly qualified team of engineers, technicians and site experts here at TIS will benefit customers seeking biometric access control units, time and attendance solutions, healthcare patient identification platforms, and AFIS systems.”
TIS specializes in a wide range of security products to its clients in the Middle East, including various government and non-government institutions such as those involved in the oil and healthcare sector.
Earlier this month, BiometricUpdate.com participate in and covered M2Sys’ monthly Twitter chat about biometrics.