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IDScan.net announces major revenue growth and expansion

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IDScan.net announces major revenue growth and expansion
 

New Orleans-based company IDScan.net has announced whopping growth in the past ten years following extended efforts in developing biometric identity verification and information gathering technologies.

Named “an international industry leader” by Michael Hecht, CEO of GNO, the region’s official economic development organization, IDScan.net boasts a double-digit revenue growth year-over-year, with clients such as IBM, Shell, and Dave & Busters, and announces plans to recruit for over a dozen positions, expand its product line and footprint.

The two founders started the company in a garage and were actively involved in the region’s tech and entrepreneurial ecosystem, participating in The Idea Village and Launch Pad. With offices in Las Vegas and foreign countries, IDScan.net works from New Orleans Research and Technology Park but is looking to expand. The technology was approved by the TSA and FBI (CJIS).

IDScan.net has also partnered with Panasonic, hotel management software Cloudbeds, and CheckpointID, and it is working on developing a reseller program.

“The stage is set for IDScan.net to continue its upward trajectory and expansion. It is providing solutions that the public and private sector will need more and more as identity and biometric technologies become increasingly ingrained in our everyday lives.” said Mike Eckert, the former president and CEO of the Weather Channel who chairs the NOLA Angel Network and is an advisor to IDScan.net.

IDScan.net claims it was the first to develop Custom-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Enterprise solutions with mobile iOS and Android ID scanning features. Its solutions have been embraced worldwide by industries such as gaming, hospitality, retail, finance and education. Organizations use IDScan.net’s technology to swipe IDs to collect information, they can later verify through watch lists and biometric analytics.

“We offer a use application for virtually any organization,” said Denis Petrov, IDScan.net CEO and co-founder. “Financial institutions are using our solutions to authenticate and onboard new customers while automatically running credit checks. Bars and nightclubs are using them to check patrons’ ages, speed up lines, and enhance customer experience. Schools are using them to keep campuses secure and students safe.”

In January, IDScan.net showcased its latest ID authentication and facial recognition technology at NRF 2019 in New York.

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