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SuperCom wins $1M e-Gov contract from national government customer

SuperCom wins $1M e-Gov contract from national government customer

SuperCom has won a nearly $1 million contract with a national government customer for its e-Gov division, with a possibility to be increased to $2 million in total, the company announced.

The order will be rolled out over the next three months. Under the contract, SuperCom will deliver core elements of its e-Gov turnkey biometric identification solutions, which include national ID, passport and visa identification, to boost national security and identify terrorists, criminals and identity theft attempts.

SuperCom claims its biometric identification, cybersecurity and electronic monitoring services have proven essential during the coronavirus pandemic.

“This new win with an existing customer demonstrates not only the additional revenue opportunities within our current customer base, but also the continued relevance and demand for our solutions even during the global COVID-19 crisis, affecting most countries around the world,” said Arie Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom, in a prepared statement. “This particular customer has been with SuperCom for many years, has renewed with us several times, and now granted us a new order resembling growth and confidence in our relationship.”

“Many of our solutions, including passport and visa identification, are considered critical and essential to a country’s on-ongoing operations. This robustness helped us weather various macro-economic storms and shifts over the past 3 decades. Our teams are highly motivated and agile enough to adjust to the evolving needs of our customers. We plan to continue to provide the same exceptional service they’ve come to expect, and in turn not just maintain, but also grow these high-margin recurring revenue streams in the future,” concluded Trabelsi.

SuperCom’s e-Gov division has been operating in the national ID and e-Government industry for over 30 years, with national identification projects rolled out in more than 20 countries across five continents. Earlier in April, the company won a contract with a Canadian government agency which adopted PureSecurity Offender Tracking Suite to support biometric people tracking and home confinement practices.

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