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Goode Intelligence names IBIA strategic partner for Biometric Summit New York 2019

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Goode Intelligence announced the International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA) will be its strategic partner for next week’s Biometric Summit New York 2019.

The summit is set to showcase innovations in biometric technology and features talks and panels from experts across a wide spectrum of biometric modalities presenting case studies of applications in a range of industries, organizations and products.

“We’re delighted to welcome the International Biometrics + Identity Association as our Strategic Partner for Biometric Summit New York 2019,” said Alan Goode, CEO and chief analyst, Goode Intelligence. “As a leading international trade association for the identity technology industry, the IBIA’s diverse membership brings an important voice to the discussions that will be taking place at this event.”

“IBIA is delighted to partner with Goode Intelligence to bring you the Biometric Summit New York 2019,” added Tovah LaDier, IBIA’s executive director. “As a leading research organization on biometrics and identity technology, Goode Intelligence provides cutting edge analysis on industry developments and trends that will inform the innovation discussion at this event.”

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