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Integrated Biometrics announces Brazilian distributor


Integrated Biometrics has revealed that Grupo Neoyama will serve as the company’s primary distributor for Brazil, providing stocking services, training and support across the country for resellers and systems integrators who use Integrated Biometrics’ fingerprint scanners.

The companies expect that this relationship will help them identify new opportunities and increase revenue in the rapidly expanding South American market.

“Brazil is a tremendous, innovative market for identity management and it’s been a great sales opportunity for us,” said Stephen Thies, CEO of Integrated Biometrics.

Grupo Neoyama currently serves as a technical and logistical support resource for Integrated Biometrics’ Brazilian customers. This new agreement expands this strategic supplier relationship across a broader range of sales channels and potential identity management solutions providers. The companies will present a joint biometrics education seminar in São Paulo, Brazil on February 21.

Last December Integrated Biometrics Senior Director for Latin America Jim Bell spoke with Biometric Update about how Uruguay is regulating its legal marijuana program using Integrated Biometrics’ fingerprint scanners.

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