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Source: RealTime NorthAmerica - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products Realtime's Risk Management Tool, APM, has been installed over 150 times to SAP customers and our bioLock is well established in the SAP world as the first SAP certified biometric identity management solution. These were enough reasons for SAP to approach realtime to include us in an educational movie about Sarbanes-Oxley. We facilitated an interview with Professor Paul Foote, (a Harvard educated Accounting Professor in California and Sarbanes-Oxley expert), that has built a biometric research center around the bioLock technology. SAP decided to make an additional movie about the bioLock technology to point out the powerful capabilities of biometrics, when it comes to complying with mandatory regulations. Both movies were shown on SAP TV worldwide.

The second movie was filmed at the Brevard County Government and the Kennedy Space Center and included interviews with Pete Gunn, the Director of Safety and Security for the Florida Space Authority. We would like to invite you to share these movies with interested colleagues and business partners. Feel free to use these educational movies on your websites.

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