02 September 2015

Hitachi signs European finger vein authentication reseller deal with Invixium Identity

13 September 2012  |  1524 views  |  0 Source: Hitachi Europe

Hitachi Europe Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), and Invixium Identity today announced that they have entered into a partnership agreement whereby Invixium Identity becomes a value added reseller (VAR) of Hitachi's Finger Vein Authentication Engine (FVAE) and a reseller of the H-1 Biometric Finger Vein scanner.

Hitachi's FVAE solution will allow Invixium Identity to provide several industries such as; governments, banking, telecommunications and healthcare noticeable reduction in administration costs and improved employee efficiency, as well as enhanced security. In addition, FVAE will amplify IT security by delivering key elements in the identity assurance process and provide Invixium's clients fast and accurate matching, user-friendly interaction and reduced privacy concerns compared to fingerprint based authentication solutions.

Ravi Ahluwalia, Deputy General Manager and Head of Identity Management Group, of Hitachi Europe said, "We are extremely delighted to partner with a company of Invixium's caliber, their immense knowledge and experience in the biometric industry will definitely be a great reflection of Hitachi's technology. This strategic partnership offers significant value to Invixium's clients by providing them with revolutionary, user friendly authentication technology."

"At Invixium, we understand the importance of providing our partners and customers innovative technology solutions," said Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and President of Invixium. "This new partnership will reinforce Invixium's promise of providing robust, cost effective and innovative technologies to the global market, resulting in a progressive way people perceive, interact and authenticate with biometric user authentication solutions." 

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