Alcatraz AI partners up to boost regional U.S. facial biometrics sales, marketing
To expand its biometrics business development in Northern California, Northern Nevada and the Rocky Mountains, Alcatraz AI has entered a partnership with Intelligent Systems Marketing (ISM) to sell and market its frictionless access control products, the company announced.
ISM sells and installs security products, including access control solutions.
“We’re always excited to promote the latest in security technology and the Alcatraz Rock fits the bill,” said ISM President Mark Dodge, in a prepared statement. “Any access control product that increases security and reduces touchpoints – particularly as we work to reduce germs and viruses in the workplace – is in great demand right now. But the technology is what impresses with the Alcatraz Rock. The ability for users to self-enroll and use one- or two-factor authentication means users of any access control product can affordably add facial authentication that detects tailgating.”
Alcatraz has developed a secure frictionless physical access control platform that detects tailgating and supports any access control system. Its biometric facial recognition, passive 3D sensing and AI can replace or add value to badging, and ensure secure access to physical locations.
“ISM has impressive experience in security sales and a great understanding of the Alcatraz product and how it can elevate an existing access control system to deliver more security and a frictionless environment,” said Alcatraz Founder and CEO Vince Gaydarzhiev, in the statement. “The Alcatraz team is grateful to have ISM join us in increasing our presence in this important region.”
This year, Alcatraz AI appointed security industry veteran Josh Jackson as Regional Vice President, Strategic Partnerships to build its facial recognition customer base in the Eastern U.S., and California-based Mitch Fagundes as Vice President of Global Accounts to lead the company’s global biometrics business development and growth strategies.