“Making use of NEXT Biometrics’ advanced fingerprint technology enables us to serve this need along with seamless integration and a multitude of successful use cases.” – Maxim Chembura, UniComm Commercial Director
NEXT Biometrics now has a Russian distributor: The company has announced that UniComm, an IT security developer and integrator, will sell its biometric access control solutions in the Russian market.
In announcing the partnership, NEXT Biometrics asserted that UniComm “has recorded dynamic growth” since its founding in 2015. ”
Elaborating on the decision to partner with the firm, NEXT Biometrics Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Alain Faburel framed it in terms of NEXT’s larger business strategy. “As outlined at the January 2019 Business Update, we are in the process of expanding our reach and stake in the access control market,” he said. “Collaboration with strong and innovative regional players like UniComm is key to achieve this.”
For UniComm’s part, Commercial Director Maxim Chembura praised NEXT’s fingerprint scanning technology, asserting that it will help UniComm to meet its customers’ demand for “best-in-class solutions which help them master today’s challenges and stay ahead of the curve.”
The news comes on the heels of NEXT’s announcement of another partnership, with a major Asia-based card manufacturer, as part of the company’s parallel effort to commercialize its new biometric payment card technology.
March 6, 2019 – by Alex Perala