Suprema ranks first in survey

Issue 2 2021 News, Access Control & Identity Management

In a recent survey conducted in Korea, Suprema was chosen as the top brand for access control management software and mobile access solutions.

The survey asked over 500 participants from the field of system integrators, distributors, consultants and end-users in a variety of verticals to choose the top brands in the categories of access control management software, mobile access solutions, and wireless locks. Suprema was selected as number one in the access control management software and mobile access solution categories.

Respondents cited integration capability and security measures like GDPR and cybersecurity compliance as their main considerations for access control management software. Suprema’s BioStar 2 satisfies integration and security needs with SDK and web API support as well as ISO certifications for data protection and management.

When choosing the best brand for mobile access solutions, respondents said they looked at performance, ease of use, and compatibility with a variety of phone models and transmission technologies. Suprema Mobile Access’ high performance with both NFC and BLE technologies and fast authentication speed of less than a second explains its appeal.

“We believe that partners and customers are recognising Suprema’s continuous effort to provide them with flexible, convenient and secure solutions, not only in the field of biometric access control terminals, but also in software platforms and services,” said Hanchul Kim, the executive vice president of Suprema Inc. “Suprema will continue to strive to exceed partner and customer expectation, establishing a strong presence as a total security solution provider.”

Suprema's mobile access solution, which was ranked No. 1 in this survey, is a service implemented with an Airfob solution and technology of MOCA System, Suprema's in-house venture start-up.


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