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InvoTech Selects M2SYS Technology for Leading-Edge Fingerprint Software Solution
Date:11/24/2008

ATLANTA, Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- M2SYS Technology, an award-winning fingerprint biometrics research and development firm, announced today that InvoTech Systems Inc., the leading provider of "back-of the-house" inventory tracking systems for the hospitality industry, has chosen M2SYS Technology to provide its customers with M2SYS' Bio-SnapON(TM) enterprise-ready fingerprint recognition software and with M2SYS' M2-EasyScan(TM) optical fingerprint reader.

Previously, InvoTech provided its customers with the ability to utilize barcodes, RFID, and touch tag technology to track important employee activities within its SAMS(TM) (Security Automated Management System) application, an inventory management solution for a wide variety of clients spanning the hospitality industry. With Bio-SnapON(TM), InvoTech customers can now authenticate employees with a single fingerprint scan, establishing an irrefutable audit trail and improving efficiencies while reducing costs.

"After evaluating several vendors, we determined that M2SYS' fingerprint biometrics system, Bio-SnapON(TM), and M2-EasyScan(TM) fingerprint reader is the best solution," commented Robert Andrews, Client Relations Manager at InvoTech. "Bio-SnapON(TM) made our ability to offer fingerprint biometrics easy and hassle-free. We were able to instantly add biometric features to our application without any development effort, providing our clients with a more secure and efficient technique to authenticate their employees as they check in/out inventory."

"As a research and development company dedicated to pioneering the biometrics industry, our goal is to invent and release creative solutions that solve complex problems in a simple, straightforward manner," commented Michael Trader, President of M2SYS Technology. "Bio-SnapON(TM) achieves this goal by helping companies like InvoTech to adopt and offer a complete fingerprint biometrics software system w
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