An affordable server based back-end solution providing easy enterprise-wide deployment for employee identity management.



Fingerprint authentication allows users to logon to Windows or other applications in less than a second.



A highly secure and convenient way to access computers or network without the stress of password management.

Replace passwords with strong biometric single sign-on authentication to access multiple applications, computers or network.

Deploy easily

Fingerprint single sign-on is seamlessly and fully integrated into Active Directory, ADAM or Novel e Directory which enables IT administrators to centrally manage user’s fingerprint login information.

Reduce password management costs

A biometric single sign-on solution effectively decreases costs by reducing the calls to help desk for managing passwords.

Improve efficiency

Biometric single sign-on enables users to logon to Windows and other applications with their finger and eliminates the need of memorizing, entering or changing multiple passwords for different applications.

Minimize risks of insider threats

75% of all data frauds are attributed to company insiders. Fingerprint single sign-on as well as strong multi-factor authentication can prevent unauthorized access to corporate data.

Biometrics Is The Future – Passwords And PIN’s Are Not.


Fingerprints are intrinsic to the user and provide convenience as the user does not need to carry anything nor can he lose anything.


Biometrics single sign-on ensures security while at the same time being a cost-effective solution. Companies will experience significant cost saving with the elimination of password-related help desk calls.

State of the art

Passwords are weak and are prone to being easily lost or stolen. Fingerprint single sign-on is capable of ensuring restricted access which passwords cannot.

More organizations adopting biometric single sign-on

The rising instances of data security breaches due to stolen or lost passwords affirm that passwords are the weakest link in an organization’s information security system. Fingerprint single sign-on enables users to securely access computers, databases or applications using their fingerprint.

Fingerprint single sign-on is a biometric identity management system that replaces passwords, PINs or token with stronger fingerprint authentication. It provides highly secured access to files and folders by utilizing PKI encryption technology and Windows in-built CryptoAPI architecture. It brings a lot of flexibility to enterprise-wide identity management by seamless integration with Active Directory.

Biometrics single sign-on has support for a wide variety of enterprise level applications (terminal emulators, SAP, Oracle, Chrome, IE, Firefox, ERP, CRM) and includes event logging for most user operations such as authentication, encryption etc. Many organizations adopt biometric single sign-on solutions to prevent the illegal access of employee passwords, ensure restricted access and to prevent financial losses due to weak passwords.

Privacy concerns surrounding biometrics single sign-on

Biometrics single sign-on assures a very high level of privacy as fingerprints are unique to every individual. Even identical twins have different sets of fingerprints and thus a very high level of accuracy can be achieved with fingerprint single sign-on. Organizations can achieve stronger employee authentication and security by implementing biometrics single sign-on instead of relying on passwords.

A single sign-on solution that links multiple accounts and passwords presents a very high level of vulnerability. A compromised password will provide the intruder access to all the applications linked with that password. These risks are completely eliminated by replacing a password based single sign-on with a biometrics single sign-on solution. Due to their inherent nature, fingerprints can neither be stolen nor forged.

During fingerprint enrollment, the scanner captures the fingerprint image of the user. A fingerprint algorithm extracts the specific features of the fingerprint and stores it as a digital template. This template is used for matching purpose when the employee scans their fingerprint for subsequent access to systems or applications. The actual fingerprint image is never stored or transmitted across the network. It is also quite impossible to recreate the original fingerprint image from the stored template thus making it extremely difficult to steal or duplicate employee fingerprints. User’s privacy is assured in a biometrics single sign-on solution.

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