Suprema’s 11th year as ‘Top 50 Global Security Company’

Issue 8 2021 News

Suprema was selected as one of the ‘2021 Top 50 Global Security Companies’ by A&S; Magazine. Suprema has ranked on this top 50 list for 11 consecutive years.

A&S; Magazine annually announces their picks for the top 50 global security companies based on sales revenue and profit. Suprema has ranked in the top 50 every year since 2011. Suprema was also listed as one of the world’s top four entry systems product providers this year.

Suprema recently achieved the global number one market share outside of China in the field of access control devices using biometric technology such as fingerprint and facial recognition, according to the ‘Access Control Database 2021 Analysis’ report by Omdia.

“I believe that being selected as a ‘Top 50 Global Security Company’ for 11 consecutive years is a result of Suprema’s innovation and growth as a hardware and software integrated security platform provider based on biometric technology,” said Suprema CEO, Hanchul Kim, “Suprema will continue to innovate and increase its leading position in the market with AI deep learning-based facial recognition and mobile access control solutions.”


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