LEGIC and e-DATA partner on biometric security in North America

LEGIC Identsystems Ltd agrees on a partnership with US based e-DATA Corp., one of the market leaders in IT solutions for time management, access control, workforce scheduling and operational data recording.
news01_detail_20110324120411.jpgAs a leading manufacturer of contactless smart card technology for personal identification, LEGIC further strengthens its market presence in North America. First results of the partnership will be visible soon in the form of new LEGIC advant based biometric reading devices.

The integration of LEGIC smart card technology into its biometric security product portfolio allows e-DATA to provide a new state-of-the-art level of personal identification solutions. LEGIC based e-DATA applications will be used in complex and holistic security environments for access control as well as for time & attendance.

Our international customers demand very high standards of our security solutions, says David W. Lebel, Vice President Product Management and Technical Support of e-DATA Global Security Solutions. The partnership with LEGIC gives us access to an advanced technology that convinced us in terms of security, simplicity and sustainability.

Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC: Our partnership agreement is a crucial step to further develop our business in global markets. We are very pleased to welcome our new partner and we look forward to reaching mutual benefits in a long term collaboration.

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