Sagem Sécurité changes name to Morpho

July 2010 News

Over the past two years, Sagem Sécurité, part of the Safran Group, has undertaken an in-depth transformation, culminating in the decision to change the name of the company from Sagem Sécurité to Morpho as of 27 May, 2010.

The company’s global presence and a strategy based on steady, controlled growth in security markets, has enabled it to continue its development worldwide. Its reach extends to more than 450 government security agencies and a large number of companies in over 100 countries. Some of these organisations have been working with the company for over 35 years.

The group believes its business strength is anchored in complementary markets and areas of expertise, plus a sustained strategic focus, all based on core values inherent to its businesses:

* Solutions based on innovation and technologies developed by its centres of excellence around the world.

* Solid, long-term relationships with customers and partners, built on trust.

The company’s local contact details and its base of partners remain the same.

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