Digital Biometrics has opened its first European office in London and has appointed former De La Rue managing director, Christopher Glasson, as director of European sales operations.
James Granger, president and CEO at Digital Biometrics, said increasing sales in England, Germany and Scotland prompted the move to open an office in Europe. The company develops, markets, manufactures and integrates computer-based products for identifying people, including its Tenprinter fingerprint recognition system.
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