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Biometrics expert joins FaceTec’s advisory board

 

Jay Meier, financial securities analyst and subject matter expert in identity access management, credentialing and biometrics, has joined the FaceTec advisory board.

FaceTec provides intelligent, ultra-secure mobile face biometric software to mobile app developers.

Founder and managing partner at Sage Capital Advisors, Meier has been influential in helping develop business, strategies and a stronger understanding of the complexities of this quickly developing market.

“We are very fortunate to have Jay join our stellar advisory board,” commented Kevin Alan Tussy, CEO and founder of FaceTec. “His impactful history in market analysis and strong understanding of our business will undoubtedly help us build a strong presence in this market.”

The FaceTec advisory board includes: Alfred Koh, CEO Microsoft Korea; Kevin Bowyer, Schubmehl-Prein Professor, Computer Science and Engineering at Notre Dame; Patrick Flynn, Department Chair, Computer Science & Engineering at Notre Dame, and; Chad Miller, J.D., intellectual property expert in licensing, copyright and litigation.

“I’m excited to work more closely with FaceTec and their accomplished team,” Meier said. “They’ve developed a ground-breaking product in ZoOm, and it is perfectly timed for significant market expansion. There are many very important applications for ZoOm across several industries, and I’m looking forward to helping FaceTec maximize their paradigm-changing biometric technology.”

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