"PalmSecure provides Bates County Memorial Hospital with a cutting-edge biometric solution for tracking employee access. This application demonstrates PalmSecure's rapid adoption to include time and attendance systems commonly found throughout today's healthcare and high tech industries," said Jim Preasmyer, director of sales and business development with the new products group, Fujitsu Frontech North America, Inc. "Bates County Memorial was able to easily integrate PalmSecure, reducing false negatives and improving the hospital profitability with a more efficient time and attendance system."
The Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein authentication solution utilizes cutting-edge palm vein pattern recognition technology for accurate identity management authentication. It is a contactless, logical access authentication device that offers an easy-to-use, hygienic enterprise biometric solution for verifying identity. The PalmSecure product uses a near infrared light to capture a person's palm vein pattern, generating a unique biometric template that is matched against pre-registered users' palm vein patterns. This advanced, vascular palm vein authentication technology provides a highly reliable biometric logon solution with extremely low false acceptance ratios.
"Bates County Memorial selected MedGenix knowing that the system would be open architecture, easy to use, scalable and supported by our commitment to customer-driven service," said Mitch Goff, chief technology officer at CHS. "Fujitsu quickly proved that PalmSecure would be an excellent addition to the hospital as a reliable and secure solution that is interoperable with our existing browser based systems."
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