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Frost & Sullivan Award Underlines IrisGuard's Product Quality Leadership
Date:9/6/2010

o False Non Match Rate (T-FNMR) further positioning IrisGuard's top score as a reflection of its exceptional reliability. Billions of transactions every month and close to 40 trillion since its inception underline the company's superior product design and capabilities.

"IrisGuard's superior reliability and performance come from accurate designs, rigorous internal and operational testing and world-class United Kingdom-based manufacturing," adds Rao. "These processes are vital to ensure product performance and reliability in the banking, financial and government sectors where security is critical."

User friendliness, which is the key success criteria for biometrics, has always been a constant focus area for IrisGuard. The ability of the systems to automatically 'find' people's iris also enables the system to create strong templates and therefore strong matches for the over 35 million people using IrisGuard Inc.'s systems every year.

"Cameras automatically detect the iris and extract images for creating strong templates," states Rao. "In addition, the cameras provide a truly improved user experience as users are not required to remove their glasses and contact lenses for authentication purposes."

IrisGuard has leveraged its strong reputation to gain access to the US law enforcement market and the banking segment. To further enhance the value that the company is bringing both at corporate and private levels, IrisGuard is now finalising a new device that will introduce iris recognition to the 'home' banking sector and eventually even to retail.

The Product Quality Leadership Award is presented to the company that has excelled in the following criteria: product performance, product reliability, product design, product usability and perceived value.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognise companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas
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