Janus Associates In Stamford Receives Connecticut Quality Improvement Award For Its BIO*GATE Product

The Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Partnership, Inc., the State’s leader in creating and recognizing “Performance Excellence” in Connecticut organizations, has awarded JANUS Associates, Inc. in Stamford, CT a Silver 2005 Innovation Prize for its BIO*GATE? – Enterprise Authentication Software. BIO*GATE provides an authentication framework that allows businesses the freedom of choice in using biometrics to secure their environments. Biometrics offers greater security with rapid return on investment over passwords.

“The Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Partnership is proud to honor the results of the creative ingenuity and entrepreneurial cutting edge of our manufacturers, service companies, small businesses, educational and health organizations and State government as they are rewarded in the marketplace, “says Sheila Carmine, Founder and Executive Director.

For more information on BIO*GATE, please visit: JANUSAssociates.com/products_bioGate.htm.

About JANUS Associates

JANUS Associates provides a full range of information/telecommunications security solutions including risk analysis, disaster recovery planning, computer forensics, fraud investigations, information management strategies, advanced authentication proprietary software and ongoing contractual services. Solving client problems since 1988, JANUS has one of the longest tenures of any independent IT security firm in the country. As a full-service IT security firm, JANUS has strong credentials with both federal and state governments, in addition to a variety of major corporations, including many in the Fortune 500.

About the CQIA

The Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Partnership, Inc., America’s first state-level quality award, was founded in 1987 using the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for Performance Excellence criteria in an effort to advance innovative programs that improve quality, performance, and marketplace competitiveness.

Beginning in 1995, health care, education, government, and other not-for-profit organizations became eligible to apply along with manufacturing and service companies for the CQIA Innovation Prize, the Connecticut Breakthrough Quality Award and the Leadership Quality Award.

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