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Iris ID iCAM solution integrated with AMAG’s enterprise access control software


Iris ID reports today that its iCAM 7S series enrollment process is now fully integrated with the latest version of the Symmetry Enterprise access control software from AMAG Technology, allowing users to seamlessly enroll employees for a second layer of authentication at key entry points.

The iCAM enrollment process only takes seconds to complete. Both irises are acquired, and a face picture can be captured for use on an ID badge. The system is clean and hygienic with its non-contact cameras and readers. The Iris ID system protects employee privacy by storing the biometric data separate from AMAG’s biographic data.

Mohammed Murad, vice president global sales and business development for Iris ID, said the integration of the iCAM solution with Symmetry Enterprise will help AMAG customers achieve a higher level of security and convenience. “We are excited to work with the Symmetry Enterprise team to create a seamless solution for large enterprise organizations requiring the extra security afforded by two-factor identity authentication.”

The Iris ID iCAM solution is also natively integrated into other enterprise access control platforms including Lenel’s OnGuard, Honeywell’s Pro-Watch and Software House’s C•Cure.

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