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Accenture perspectives and insights
Biometric technologies have arrived. Increasingly adopted as a means to improve security, convenience, and inclusion in society, biometric solutions are helping organizations gain greater efficiency and reduced cost. Having worked with three of the largest biometrics systems in the world involving more than 260 million identities, we would agree.
Attendees of Biometrics 2012 in London were able to judge for themselves. The event shared insights and experience around biometric technologies, applications and issues.
Filmed at Biometrics 2012, watch Mark Crego, Global Lead, Border and Identity Management, Accenture share insights into large-scale unique identity management programmes and how they work.
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Watch Cyrille Bataller, Director, Accenture Technology Labs, France share perspectives on how identity analytics can be used to form a single view of the customer/citizen, and provide a foundation of trust for better, more relevant services, while preserving privacy and anonymity.
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Watch this video and hear perspectives on Uniqe Identity from the event speakers and delegates
Watch this video for views from leading biometrics specialists on how to reap the benefits offered by biometric solutions while preserving and enhancing the individual’s right to privacy.
Advances in technology and improvements in IT infrastructure are helping to position biometric technology as a powerful enabler, driving new services and applications that are changing the face of citizens’ everyday activities.
“Automation and identification tools and processes can not only improve public safety and security, but also simplify and considerably enhance the experiences of citizens’ daily lives,” says Mark Crego, Accenture Global Border and Identity lead.
Where is the impact of biometrics being felt today? What are the benefits being realized by governments and citizens alike from the growing acceptance of biometrics?
Teaming with global public service organisations, Accenture has identified four areas where a holistic approach to biometrics is realising value.
Having worked on some of the largest biometrics programs in the world, Accenture believes that using biometrics technologies to recognise citizens and customers, coupled with streamlined processes and effective organisational design, will not only deliver strong identity management capabilities but also lead to better business outcomes and, ultimately, high performance.
December 21, 2012
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