GET Group launches new identity management system

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GET Group North America today announced the availability of the CoreID Identity Management System (IDMS). Core ID combines biometric capture capabilities with back-end database functionality and can be used to issue and track physical or digital credentials throughout the credential’s lifecycle. The IDMS can also manage enrollment workflows and ensure that only the appropriate enrollment biometrics and data are collected for a specific credential.

According to the announcement, CoreID’s dynamic workflow management application enables the capture of personal identifiable information, biometrics, facial recognition and fraud detection to be configurable by an administrator at installation and modifiable whenever necessary. It enables administrators to have total control over devices and data architecture, providing a complete picture of the online/offline device topology.

CoreID can integrate with virtually any relevant external application and devices such as figure and facial recognition systems, barcode and document readers, biometric capture devices, system of record and servers that the issuing authority already has. Each CoreID management system is designed to be independent but can easily be paired with one another at any time, allowing the system to work in an online and offline mode.

“We are proud to support secure credentials from start to finish — including enrollment, personalization and issuance — and to protect those credentials with extensive security functionalities throughout their lifecycle,” said Joel Perez, Program & Solutions Director, GET Group North America. “CoreID is the latest in our end-to-end offerings and is easy to use and optimized for enrolling a maximum number of participants in the shortest amount of time and requiring less resources.”

In August GET Group appointed former Delaware DMV director Scott Vien to lead the company’s business development activities.

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