Offering the next generation of fingerprint technology
The days of “ink-on-paper” fingerprinting are quickly going the way of snail mail. We offer the next generation of fingerprint technology—digital fingerprinting.
Unlike ink-on-paper fingerprints, digital fingerprints can be transmitted electronically and shared among agencies. Because it is more efficient and cost-effective, many states, federal agencies, and industries no longer accept ink-on-paper—they now require digital fingerprinting. If you are a part of a certain agency or industry group, you may need to be “digitally fingerprinted” as a requirement of your employment or participation.