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Integrated Biometrics makes Inc. 5000 for third year in a row


Integrated Biometrics has once again been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. This is the company’s third placement in the prestigious entrepreneurial ranking in three years.

This year marks the second time Integrated Biometrics has ranked within the top 1000 companies in the index. The company reports that its revenue grew by 45% over the previous year, and by more than 530% since first joining the Inc. 5000 list in 2016.

“We are proud to maintain our listing as one of America’s best private innovators and the only honoree from the biometric fingerprint scanner industry,” said Stephen Thies, CEO of Integrated Biometrics. “Our commitment to growth benefits not just our company but our solutions partners as well, Together, we’ve created a broad range of new and traditional identity management solutions, and we thank Inc. Magazine for recognizing our entrepreneurial spirit and our ongoing success.”

Integrated Biometrics recently announced they were an awardee of the fourth round of bilateral project proposals between The Global Alliance for South Carolina and the Israel Innovation Authority. The project award will focus on developing a pocket-sized identity verification device that combines multi-biometric and smart-card capabilities.

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