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Zwipe launches starter kit to guide customer biometric payment card projects

Zwipe launches starter kit to guide customer biometric payment card projects

Zwipe will introduce a starter kit for what it calls Zwipe Experience, a package of products and advisory services to help customers advance their biometric smart card projects to mass market, at the upcoming Trustech 2019 event in Cannes, France.

The new Zwipe Experience features a comprehensive mix of products and services for customers, smart card manufacturers and issuers, to enable them to go from concept, through integration to mass market rollout with white labelled products from the fingerprint company.

“We are leveraging the learning we have built over the last two years, having the most widely piloted technology platform in the biometric payment marketplace, to support our customers above and beyond delivering prelaminates, components and biometric inlays,” Zwipe CEO André Løvestam says. “Focusing on user experience, we are confident that having the most dynamic service platform in addition to the most cost competitive technology offering will further strengthen our role in this market.”

Earlier this week, Zwipe announced a plan to streamline the company and save more than $4 million a year by focusing on its strategic collaboration on biometric payment cards with Idemia. The company also recently announced plans to fund its operations through the scale-up of the biometric card market.

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