Fremont, CA, August 5, 2020 – Safetrust Inc, a world-leader in virtual credential solutions, today announced a technology partnership with ELATEC to provide customers with a secure, touchless authentication solution for ELATEC’s TWN4 MultiTech family of BLE readers. The technology integration enables ELATEC customers to gain mobile access using virtual credentials stored in their Safetrust Wallet application.
“Our customers increasingly want to accommodate staff smartphones which have proliferated in their BYOD organizations,” said Paul Massey, CEO, ELATEC Inc. “Mobile credentials are secure, convenient and easy to use. Our “universal” RFID, NFC and BLE readers address the needs of companies looking for physical- or logical access solutions that work with mobile credentials such as those provided by Safetrust.”
“Our partnership provides ELATEC customers with a dependable and fast mobile authentication solution for almost any environment,” said Jason Hart, Chief Executive Officer, Safetrust. “Virtual credentials from Safetrust will help customers eliminate community touch points, improve security, and ultimately provide an authentication solution that is simple and safe to use.”
ELATEC customers can use the Safetrust Wallet to authenticate for a wide range of applications such as building access, secure print, single sign-on (SSO), vending and dispensing, vehicle fleet management, and other activities. With support for both existing RFID badges and virtual credentials from Safetrust, ELATEC customers can migrate to a touchless workplace at their own pace.
Safetrust credentials are available to ELATEC customers worldwide. For more information about how you can deploy ELATEC and Safetrust in your workplace, please register for one of our upcoming joint webinars here: Webinar Registration.
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