CrucialTrak has formed a sales and marketing partnership with New Jersey-based Critical Environments Group (CEG) to bring its biometric readers and access gates to its data center and IT environment customers.
The CrucialTrak Biometric Access Control System (BACS) is the first completely touchless multi-biometric authentication solution of its kind, the company says, offering fingerprint, face, iris and palm vein recognition with a single multi-modal device. The company suggests the enhanced security, speed and accuracy of the biometrics make it ideal for commercial properties, government agencies, educational institutions, medical facilities, financial institutions and industrial plants.
CEG will offer the full line of CrucialTrak Touchless Access Readers, its Speed Gates, Enroll Station technology, Access Management System and Visitor Management System.
“Mission-critical facilities have always required secure access, but as touchless engagement becomes the new normal, they now have an urgent need for solutions that address employee health and safety as well as facility security,” says Mike McClain, CEO of Critical Environments Group. “CEG achieves readiness, reliability and efficiency in data centers and other IT environments. Ensuring security and safety in these facilities is a logical extension of our infrastructure optimization capabilities. We welcome the opportunity to introduce CrucialTrak to our customers.”
CrucialTrak Director of Channel Sales for the Americas, Brett Mason, lauds CEGs presence in the critical environment marketplace and experience with advanced technology.
The company has also appointed Daniel Gold to be President of the Americas Region and MJ Kim as President of its Global Campus.
Gold, who has 15 years of experience in the enterprise security industry, is based at CrucialTrak’s U.S. headquarters in Houston.
Kim is focussed on enhancing internal operations, processes, and research and development ahead of a planned IPO in 2022, according to the announcement. His experience includes leadership in global sales and investor relations, and carrying out IPO processes at multi-national corporations. Kim previously served as CrucialTrak Director of Planning and Management, and also has experience with Samsung, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Mercedes Benz.