Sage Integration Teams With Alcatraz to Serve Enterprise Clients
The two companies will work to deliver facial authentication solutions to enterprise businesses to help modernize access control.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Alcatraz, developer of secure autonomous access control products, and national security provider Sage Integration have partnered to deliver facial authentication solutions to enterprise businesses to help modernize access control.
Headquartered in Kent, Ohio, with a regional office in Atlanta, Sage Integration will develop and expand Alcatraz’s presence along the East Coast and in Midwestern states, according to a press release.
“We’re excited to partner with Sage Integration to work together on modernizing access control solutions. Sage is a powerhouse that brings a client-centric approach to the services they offer and therefore understands and appreciates the Alcatraz Rock platform and its ability to deliver autonomous access control,” says Alcatraz Chief Revenue Officer Tina D’Agostin.
Sage Integration was created to advance the industry, moving beyond boiler-plate solutions to deliver best-in-class solutions, according to the press release. The company is said to bring creative ideas and on-the-ground support to prepare for and mitigate the kind of integrated challenges that their Fortune 100 clients face every day.
“Touchless, biometric-based access control solutions are in high demand,” explains Sage COO John Nemerofsky, who is a member of SSI’s Editorial Advisory Board. “The Alcatraz platform, which accurately authenticates identities using facial recognition, is ideal for our enterprise customers. We look forward to partnering with Alcatraz to offer the solution.”
Alcatraz offers a touchless and secure physical access control platform that is said to work with any access control system. It replaces or augments badging as a credential with facial recognition, 3D sensing and artificial intelligence (AI) to enable highly secure and frictionless entry into physical locations.
The solution, named the Rock, uses passive 3D sensing, machine learning for increased security and accurate tailgating detection while intelligently enrolling employees as they are badging in. A newly added “mask enforcer” feature offers businesses the ability to comply with increasing state-mandated mask orders.
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