Toronto-based biometric wearable company Nymi has announced a partnership with Tulip that will see its Nymi Band wearable integrated with Tulip Apps to offer continuous and touchless biometric authentication.
Used by manufacturers across the globe, Tulip is a no-code app platform that aims to increase the productivity, quality, and efficiency of business operations.
The new partnership with Nymi will look to simply the human experience of the digital transformation process many manufacturers are going through by providing users continuous and touchless biometric authentication without the need to constantly enter their credentials or passwords.
“Our partnership simplifies how manufacturing systems can continue to meet their compliance and e-signing requirements whilst improving user satisfaction for workers,” said Andrew Foxcroft, Vice President of Nymi. “The Nymi Band provides a powerful, user-centric, secure form of biometric authentication for logins and e-signatures that is safe, secure, and simple for the manufacturing process within the Tulip ecosystem,” he added.
This latest news continues what has already been a very busy December for Nymi, and follows announcements of new compatibility with ELATEC contactless readers and the Ping Intelligent Identity Platform, all within the last week.
“Nymi helps life sciences companies maintain quality and compliance while reducing time to perform signatures,” said Gilad Languer, Industry Practice Lead at Tulip. “Biometric authentication through the Nymi Band in Tulip apps provides a significant benefit, especially when people are gowned or handling hazardous material.”
(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)