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Global News (Middle East)
UAE | 05/02/2018
LeasePlan Emirates Deploys FingerTec For Access Control
LeasePlan Emirates is a joint venture between Mubadala Development Company and LeasePlan Corporation (51% Mubadala, 49% LeasePlan Corporation). Established in 2006, LeasePlan Emirates has achieved a leading position in the market by connecting customers to leasing and mobility opportunities wherever they are in the United Arab Emirates.

The company, LeasePlan is a global vehicle leasing, fleet services and driver mobility provider, offering all activities clients require to operate a vehicle fleet. Their business has grown successfully over 50 years and today manages more than 1.5 million vehicles in 32 countries. This makes LeasePlan the world’s largest leasing company. Hence, the company was then searching for a powerful solution to restrict the access of unauthorized individuals into their administrator zone and data centre. It was soon decided that FingerTec Q2i and i-Kiosk 100 would be the chosen solutions.

Q2i is a premium security device with advanced time attendance and access control features. Containing a large storage capacity of 10000 fingerprint templates and 200000 transaction logs with precision fingerprint scanning algorithm, Q2i is a smart solution suitable for organizations of all sizes. Meanwhile, with its stunning looks and strong feature, i-Kiosk 100 works effectively as a standalone unit and also performs excellently in a networking environment. What’s more, the user-friendliness, security features, and data transfer features will ensure that this is a device that will never let you down.

As of now, LeasePlan Emirates is using both solutions, which were acquired from our distributor partner, Hutaib InfoTech Solutions along with its bundled software in terms of access control and security at two of their premises. Ever since, the company is very satisfied with the results produced by FingerTec’s solutions.

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