Daon got a call from down under as it was announced New Zealand had chosen the identity-assurance software provider for identity management solutions.
The New Zealand Department of Labour will use Daon software and services on its Immigration Biometrics Evaluation contract, to collect, store and match finger and face biometric data using biometric capture stations.
Daon outbid 11 other companies, began work in August and will complete the project in four phases.
Daon CEO Tom Grissen said he felt “gratified that the New Zealand government has recognized our vast experience in biometric and identity technologies and has chosen to tap that expertise for this important trial with the contract win.”
“Our commitment is to the success of our customers and their mission,“ he added.
Daon provides a centralized platform for biometric infrastructure for a number of uses, including: employee credentialing, government benefits and border management, among others.