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Frost & Sullivan awards Invixium for biometrics excellence

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Frost & Sullivan awards Invixium for biometrics excellence

Canadian biometrics company Invixium has been named by Frost & Sullivan as one of the 2020 entrepreneurial companies of the year in the global biometric access control market, the company announced.

Invixium’s innovative technology in global biometric access control and new product upgrades to efficiently respond to COVID-19, as well as customer impact were considered for the recognition by the consulting and research firm. The company received a score of 9.8 out of 10 for both innovation and impression on customers.

“Constant innovation, relentless design philosophy and rapid engineering is our DNA,” said Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and president at Invixium, in a prepared statement. “From our early days as a start-up to today, eight years later, Invixium’s entrepreneurial spirit has and will continue to drive us. We are proud to offer the most relevant products of the moment and serve our customers with the finest team of engineers supporting our technologies. Receiving this commendation from Frost & Sullivan is a great honor, and the Invixium team is committed to delivering innovative solutions to address the needs of the real-world at an unprecedented pace.”

“Invixium produces industry-leading access control products with the high security of multimodal biometric technology in a sleek design that is easy for enterprises to install and for end users to operate,” said Nandini Bhattacharya, industry manager at Frost & Sullivan. “IXM TITAN, the latest and most advanced product offering of Invixium, is a combination of cutting-edge technology and sleek design. IXM TITAN supports four-factor authentication, touchless authentication via face recognition, and traditional contact and contactless smart card-based authentication. A recent addition to this product is the capability to record the body temperature of end users. IXM TITAN is the perfect next-generation access control product for enterprises looking for high security and quality performance.”

Bhattacharya adds, “Invixium is a visionary player in both the competitive workforce management market and the access control market. Its focus on designing a sleek yet robust product that supports a range of technologies, such as multi-modal biometrics and access cards, has allowed Invixium to create a market niche in a short span of time.”

The year has been marked by many achievements, including a biometric access control distribution partnership with CQR Security Ltd, biometric access control integration with Oracle HR for Middle East wellness company Fine Hygienic Holding and expansion into the Turkish market. In June, the company opened its U.S. headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, and expanded its sales and marketing teams. With a recent $3 million funding round closed, Invixium will invest in touchless biometrics with elevated body temperature detection.

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