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ZMR now selling Invixium’s IP-enabled biometrics solutions in Saudi Arabia

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ZMR now selling Invixium’s IP-enabled biometrics solutions in Saudi Arabia

Invixium announced the signing of a joint distribution partnership with ZMR, Zone of Multi Resources, a security, communications and technology solutions supplier servicing Saudi Arabia. The agreement has ZMR offering Invixium’s line of IP-enabled biometric solutions to system installers and integrators for SMBs, enterprises, education, healthcare and governmental organizations in the region.

Invixium’s biometric solutions are IP65 and IK08 rated and the company’s IXM TITAN, SENSE 2 and TOUCH 2 products feature multispectral imaging fingerprint sensors from Lumidigm, along with durable enclosures for deployment in challenging environments. The IXM TITAN has an IK10 impact protection rating.

“We anticipate tremendous growth in Saudi Arabia, especially triggered by the Kingdom’s transformational 2030 vision,” says Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and President at Invixium. “As one of the world’s most prolific energy suppliers and one of the world’s largest market for biometrics, Saudi Arabia’s vast government and privately-owned infrastructure require both stringent physical security and precise workforce management technologies. Invixium delivers both.”

Kapadia adds, “ZMR has a phenomenal reputation in the region as an established provider of best-in-class integrated solutions, and this new partnership extends Invixium’s unique portfolio of biometric products and software to their reseller network. We are confident that this exciting new development will help our business grow in the region.”

“Invixium’s innovative biometrics solutions deliver the perfect combination of identity authentication performance and physical durability that our reseller partners are looking for to fulfill their customers’ most demanding security and workforce management applications throughout Saudi Arabia and surrounding regions,” comments Ahmad Saleh Al-Haider, Managing Director at ZMR.

Market research from last year projected that growth in the construction market, hotels and shopping mall projects, coupled with increasing foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow in the construction and retail sectors would emerge as the key driving factors for biometrics market growth in Saudi Arabia.

In September Invixium introduced its biometrics portfolio to the South African market with distribution partner Pyro-Tech.

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