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ISG Group to sell Zwipe biometric access control and ID solutions

 

Identification Systems Group (ISG) is now selling and promoting Zwipe Access and ID solutions to its extensive member network.

Zwipe Access card enables only the authorized cardholder to activate card communication with the reader.

There is no biometric exchange of data conducted with external systems, ensuring the user’s privacy as no fingerprint is captured or retained by the issuing organization.

Zwipe ID is a fingerprint-activated contactless card that authenticates users by scanning their fingerprint, allowing communication with a contactless reader.

The smart card provides 100% on-card fingerprint scanning and matching, while combining the security of biometric authentication with the speed and convenience of contactless credentials.

ISG has a network of local experts in identification, security and card personalization solutions, providing high quality, cost-effective solutions backed by local dealers.

The network’s 34 regional member companies have more than 100 offices nationwide, with over 500 sales and service experts, providing local support in most geographic areas across North America.

ISG’s combined annual sales exceeds US$300 million, with products and services being sold to a wide range of markets including, corporate, healthcare, education, local, state and federal government, retail and hospitality and financial and insurance institutions.

“ISG is an excellent platform for us to put our products in the hands of some of the most reputable distributors and integrators in North America,” said Bob Fee, Zwipe’s director of sales for access control North America. “The extensive reach of the organization allows us to expand our sales and also gives us an opportunity to present our solutions in exclusive events only accessible to certified ISG members.”

Last month, Zwipe named Orlando Martinez the company’s new Chief Operating Officer and John Laws the new Director of Sales Access Control EMEA.

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