Precise receives Tactivo order from NHS Foundation Trust

Screen shot 2015-05-15 at 23.08.18Silicon Trust Partner Precise Biometrics has won an order for Tactivo from an English National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust. Tactivo will be used for secure mobile access to healthcare systems and is delivered as part of an integrated solution provided by Precise Biometrics´ partner Isosec Ltd. The order will impact second quarter revenues with 380,000SEK.

The Trust has chosen Tactivo smart card readers to enable swift and secure access to relevant patient data, reporting and information exchange on iPad and iPhone devices. The solution allows care providers to spend more time with patients while ensuring instant access to patient information. This increases care quality and reduces time spent on administration.

This order shows that the market for secure mobile authentication solutions within UK healthcare is maturing. This particular Trust is known for their progressive approach to adopting new IT-solutions and we know that other Trusts will be keeping a close eye on the development of this mobility project”, says Håkan Persson, CEO of Precise Biometrics.

The healthcare system is accessed through two-factor login using a smart card, Tactivo, iPad/iPhone and Isosec’s mobile authentication software (MIA).
For more information about secure mobility for healthcare and mobile smart card readers, please visit ; http://precisebiometrics.com/smart-card-reader/healthcare-solutions/

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