Career at Precise Biometrics
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For 20 years, we have persistently been moving the boundaries of the possible in fingerprint biometrics thanks to our strong spirit of innovation and engagement in continuous improvement of functionality and performance of our technology. As a leader in fingerprint software we are looking for candidates who share our dedication for excellence and reliable quality. If you are interested in joining one of the most experienced and exciting companies within a fast-growing technology area, email your interest and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What’s the best thing about your job?
There are lots great things about it, above all it’s a very varied job, which i like. it involves strategic planning, production and carrying out activities. it’s a fairly broad role, and i enjoy being the coordinator and working with all parts of the organization. it’s also really great to support business development work.
What is the biggest challenge in your role as Marketing Manager?
Making something that’s technical, and often fairly rigid, into something human and attractive with a focus on people. That’s something we work with. it’s a big challenge and it’s lots of fun! Then it’s always challenging to prioritize. There’s so much to do, so it’s all about choosing whatever has the most effect.
What are you looking forward to most in 2019?
The launch of our new product for biometric authentication. We’ve been work- ing hard on it over the last year, and the response from the market so far has been amazing. There’s a need to secure our digital identity, and biometrics is the ultimate solution, as it’s both simple and secure. i’m looking forward to continu- ing to work with the product and take it to market.
Name: Tom Søberg
Working at Precise Biometrics since: 2019
Works as: Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Leisure interests: We live on a farm with horses and sheep; when i have any spare time i do woodwork or go riding. i like to keep moving, so i do a lot of running, and in the winter i go telemark skiing.
What attracted you to the role of CTO at Precise?
There were two factors in particular. firstly, the time is absolutely right for biometrics now. The technology has been around for a long time, but it’s only now that the cost level has come down to a level that enables the solutions to be made available to the mass market. The need for biometrics is becoming increasingly important, as everything we do takes place through digital channels. as the sharing economy grows, it’s becom- ing increasingly important to have secure solutions that are linked to our identity. Secondly, we’re a small company, which is an interesting challenge. Making use of new opportunities in the field of biometrics creates tremendous flexibility.
What are your main tasks?
To develop our business and set up a structure that makes it possible to deliver a good solution. We’re developing a product in which we, together with partners, secure people’s digital identity with the aid of biometrics. With more than 20 years’ experi- ence in the field of biometrics, we have broad knowledge of fingerprint technology, and in other areas too. We must use that experience to specify requirements with partners who develop the technology for our system solution. Another important task is to work together with r&D to define our road map and long-term direction, and at a strategic level to improve our work method to make it more flexible and efficient by using the latest methodologies and tools. it’s also important to continue to develop our partnerships with higher educa- tion institutions, where we operate locally to include more biometric areas.