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BioLink achieves Microsoft certified partner status

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BioLink announces being awarded a Microsoft Competency in Independent Software Vendor (ISV)/Software Solutions. The Microsoft Certified Partner Status is achieved through BioLink’s extensive experience and expertise in building biometric ID systems for middle and large enterprises, its competency in developing ID solutions based on Microsoft technologies, and highly positive feedback from customers. According to Konstantin Sorokin, BioLink’s CEO: “Being granted the Microsoft Certified Partner Status in ISV/Software Solutions is clear evidence that BioLink’s team is successful and highly professional in bringing innovation into diverse businesses, making them secure and cost-effective”. Another aspect of importance is the maturity of BioLink’s biometric offerings, which is best witnessed by BioTime, an integrated biometric Time and Attendance/Access control solution which has received the Microsoft certification. Based on Microsoft .NET, BioTime ensures scalability, high performance and plenty of integration options. Microsoft SQL Server is used to securely store the biometric data, thus guaranteeing ease of deployment and operation. All BioLink products run under Microsoft operating systems, including the latest Windows Vista version. In particular, BioLink IDenium is fully compatible with Microsoft Active Directory. Another example of Microsoft’s groundbreaking synergy with biometrics is the use of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in BioLink’s universal ID platform BioLink BioID, providing for simplified check-in/check-out event registration for any applications requiring strong identification. As an ISV Software Solutions partner, BioLink is about to primarily focus on the following activities: 1) Further development of the biometric ID market by satisfying the ever increasing demands of corporate customers and public bodies 2) Promotion of BioLink’s products via resources and support offered by the Microsoft Partner program 3) Ongoing integration of Microsoft’s most recent technologies and architectures into biometric ID systems

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