4Gid

Website: 4gid.com

4G Identity Solutions Private Limited (4Gid) is a Pioneer (since 2001) & Global leader in providing large scale Identity Management Solutions using biometrics. 4Gid specializes as an End-to-End Identity Management Solutions provider & System Integrator in Civil ID, Homeland Security & Law Enforcement for Government, Corporate, Banking and Defence sectors. 4Gid has re-defined ID Management business space by providing thought leadership and proof of concepts that led to the world’s largest ID programmes. 4Gid has executed many of the world’s first large scale Identity Management Solutions for federal governments, multilateral agencies and top notch Corporates, and is currently delivering the world’s biggest Civil ID Project – India’s Unique ID / Aadhaar.

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