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Global Biometrics and Border Control Award for DERMALOG
Date:5/16/2013

HAMBURG, Germany, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The consultancy Frost & Sullivan presented its Customer Value Enhancement Award on Tuesday to Germany's largest biometrics manufacturer, DERMALOG Identification Systems, for its exceptional biometric border control system.

DERMALOG has been honored yesterday night by Frost & Sullivan with the Best Practices Award in the category Global Biometrics and Border Control  Customer Value Enhancement Award  for its cutting edge Biometric Border Control System. One of the decisive factors in selecting DERMALOG for the award was the performance of its new biometric border control system, which is particularly fast and efficient thanks to its high-end components - but also focuses on fulfilling customer requirements. DERMALOG's speed and flexibility in deploying the system also played a major role in deciding the winner. The award also recognizes this pioneering German biometrics company's focus on enhancing the value of its products for customers, providing competitive pricing for the performance delivered, and exceeding expectations with excellent customer service.

"We are very pleased and proud that Frost & Sullivan has recognized the innovation and customer focus embodied by our biometric border control system," commented DERMALOG's managing director Günther Mull on winning the Frost & Sullivan Award. "All of our products are based on a high quality standard and responding to individual customer requirements - that's our formula for success."

At the border, the pioneering biometric border control technology can scan and verify both biometric features and travel documents such as passports, visas, and other papers if desired. Biometric verification and identification can be completed in just one second thanks to DERMALOG's AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System). The fingerprints are sc
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