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FST Biometrics, the leading biometric identification solutions provider, announced its In Motion Identification (IMID) Access solution has been successfully deployed at Bel-Air Bay Club, the legendary private beach club located in Pacific Palisades, California.
“Our members expect the very best service, and creating a smooth entry process sets the tone for the rest of the club. We needed a fast, convenient and accurate solution for identity management that would also be a comfortable experience for members,” said Bill Howard, General Manager of Bel-Air Bay Club. “FST’s IMID Access system was easy to implement and provides state-of-the-art identification for our membership. It also gives our staff the ability to have higher quality interactions with our members, helping them build better relationships and create a sense trust. This helps our members feel safe and ‘at home’ as soon as they enter the club.”
FST’s award-winning IMID Access was installed at the entrance to the facility and integrated with Bel-Air Bay Club’s membership management system. Registered users are identified almost instantaneously and greeted by name by front desk staff. A new member registration takes less than one minute, allowing the center to easily accommodate its dynamic user base.
“Bel-Air Bay Club is a perfect fit for IMID Access because of the hands-off, convenient nature of the system,” said Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics. “This is an organization in which members expect the best. Our solution is at the forefront of creating a new standard of service for member relations and club security.”
FST’s IMID Access has been implemented in a variety of venues including large residential complexes, high-security office buildings, and educational institutions, in addition to health and recreation centers.
For more information, please visit www.fstbm.com.