Banking at the touch of a finger

Fitzpatrick, Doreen D.
August 1995
Fairfield County Business Journal;8/28/95, Vol. 34 Issue 35, p11
Focuses on the industrial use of fingerprint biometrics. Possibility of its use by banks to improve customer service and security at automated teller machines; How the system works; Availability of fingerprint-based identification systems technology from several suppliers; Includes Fingermatrix Inc; Identix Inc.; Acceptance of fingerprint technology.


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