Integrated Biometrics continues to share best practices in enrollment and verification technology
Integrated Biometrics is focusing on law enforcement, border management, and homeland security at global events this fall.
“Getting out into the biometrics community and having in-depth conversations with end-users, developers, and service providers is invaluable for building the next generation of identity management tools, as well as providing exceptional customer service,” Vice President David Gerulski said.
Gerulski was part of the Integrated Biometrics team attending the October Biometrics 2016 Forum in London, hosted by the Biometrics Institute to share scientific advances in biometric research and development with representatives from government, industry and the biometrics sectors.
Also in October, the company participated in the International Chiefs of Police Annual Conference in San Diego. In November, team members are participating in the second annual Biometrics and Human Identification Technology Expo, Business & Conference in São Paulo, Brazil; the fourth annual Border Management Conference in Bangkok, Thailand hosted by APSCA, the business association for payments and identity applications in Asia, and; the 12th Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) in Montreal.
In addition to participating at global biometrics industry events, Integrated Biometrics was honored for its ranking as No. 9 on the list of the 2016 SC 25 Fastest Growing Companies. The event recognizes achievements of top-performing private and publicly-owned companies that have contributed to South Carolina’s economy through exceptional increases in revenues and employment.
“Integrated Biometrics is honored to be included in this group of companies,” said Steve Thies, CEO. “Our Top 10 status is a tribute to hard working and committed team members.”
Integrated Biometrics also ranked No. 965 on the annual Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.