Vancouver Seafood Eatery Deploys Biometric ID Solution

| August 28, 2007

Monk McQueens Fresh Seafood and Oyster Bar, an award-winning Vancouver landmark is piloting the latest fingerprint biometric technology from Squirrel Systems as part of Squirrel's new Release 5.

"The fingerprint access system works really well and allows us to enhance our system security while not impacting the speed of service," says Mr. Robin Apel, general manager for Monk McQueens, referencing fingerprint biometrics' historically slow response time in comparison with more traditional methods such as magnetic or optical cards.

Deployed in conjunction with Posiflex's Fanless KS-6315 flat panel PC and Digital Persona's biometric engine, the Squirrel biometric fingerprint implementation was able to meet the demands of Monk McQueens high volume operation

"The new terminal with the fingerprint reader is a great addition to our operation," Apel adds.

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