As Clark Nelson, Morpho Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, explains, "our Automated Fingerprint Identity Systems (AFIS) are light years ahead of the competition.
That's what makes us at Morpho number one in our key markets.
It is extremely difficult to accurately identify one digital fingerprint from a database with several millions of entries."
Simple and accurate
Law enforcement officers take fingerprints using scanners, which then cross-check them against the AFIS databases.
"We recently developed a portable terminal no bigger than a cell phone so it can be used on the go - like for ID checks in the street and at emergencies, etc. - without compromising the system's speed or accuracy," says Nelson
"The police officer just asks the person to place a finger on the scanner surface.
Then, it takes a digital copy of their fingerprint and searches for any possible matches in local and nation-wide databases.
While Morpho's AFIS currently boast 99.9% accuracy, Nelson
assures us that "we're planning to invest so we can keep improving the system.
And Clark Nelson
, for whom customer service forms the very core of Morpho's
commercial strategy, could not agree more: "we're here to build long-term relationships with our customers, and giving them the attention they need is one of the absolute fundamentals of our business policy.