Brevard County Wins InfoWorld 100 Award by Installing bioLock from realtime
realtime North America, Inc. has announced today that Brevard County of Florida has won the prestigious InfoWorld 100 Award with bioLock, the first and only fingerprint access and function control system for SAP.
InfoWorld editor-in-chief Steve Fox revealed the 2003 InfoWorld 100 list. The annual awards honors IT departments that demonstrate the most creative use of cutting-edge technologies to further their business goals. InfoWorld readers, technology partners, and end-user companies nominated companies in early Fall 2003. Winners were formally announced in the November 10, 2003 edition of InfoWorld.
“The InfoWorld 100 recognizes agencies like Brevard County, Florida, that made the best use of technology to enhance their businesses,” stated Thomas Neudenberger, COO of realtime North America Inc. “Brevard chose bioLock because the county needed to have secure single sign-on to multiple systems, to provide extra security for access to sensitive information in their HR systems and to assist in compliance with the federal HIPAA standards (original release: http://www.realtimenorthamerica.com/download/030731PressReleasebrevard.pdf)
Every year, InfoWorld names 100 companies that have made the best use of information technology to meet their business and technical objectives. This year, the list of technologies implemented by winning companies ran the gamut from Web Services to Wi-Fi, with project budgets ranging from as low $35,000 to more than $50 million.
A full list is available at: http://www.infoworld.com/565
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realtime is an SAP solution house that was established in 1986 in Europe and is still managed by former senior SAP employees. realtime has a client base of over 200 “Fortune Global 500” customers in Europe and in North America including Bayer, DaimlerChrysler, Siemens, Toyota, Esso, Procter & Gamble, DuPont, Black & Decker, Nestl?and others. realtime has supported these clients with both services and software solutions. In addition to bioLock, the first SAP certified fingerprint access and function control system for SAP, realtime has over 150 users of its other popular software solutions, including APM, which provides automated access rights administration and auditing functions in SAP R/3. For more information about realtime North America Inc., see http://www.realtimenorthamerica.com.
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