Integrated Biometrics reports dramatically increased sales revenue in 2017
Integrated Biometrics revealed that the company saw “dramatically increased sales” for the third year in a row.
According to a company statement, high demand for its new FIVE-0 mobile fingerprint scanner helped drive a fifty percent increase in sales revenue in 2017. Revenue grew in both domestic and international markets.
FIVE-0 is a rugged, mobile FAP50 10-finger scanner that runs off a smartphone and fits into a shirt pocket. The enrollment and verification device is used by global law enforcement, military, intelligence, border control, and social service agencies. It also supports national identity programs and mobile identity initiatives directed by the United Nations, the World Bank and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
“Our comprehensive suite of fingerprint scanners and our engineering team’s achievement with FIVE-0 is amazing,” said Stephen Thies, Integrated Biometrics CEO. “This type of success doesn’t come by accident. Our growth is proof that we continue to deliver for our customers.”
In October Thies spoke with Biometric Update about the Five-O device and its growing demand in U.S. and international markets.