Nashville, TN

Governor Lee and Commissioner Rolfe announced that IBT will locate its corporate headquarters in Williamson County

Lenny Schumacher
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NASHVILLE, TN – Integrated Biometric Technology, LLC or IBT, will create new operations and their corporate headquarters will be in Franklin, as officially announced by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Role, along with the company's officials.

“I am proud to welcome IBT to the world-class list of innovative companies that have chosen Tennessee for their headquarters. The number of tech jobs in Tennessee far outpaces the national average and continues to grow, thanks to our business-friendly climate and skilled workforce,” said Governor Bill Lee

This company will open new opportunities for the general public as they will create one hundred and forty-two new job fields. They invest $2.3 million in Williamson County to establish the new operations.

“IBT is excited to establish our headquarters in Franklin, Tennessee. We are a biometric technology company providing services to state and federal governments as well as the consumer markets through our sports and entertainment products. Being part of the Williamson County community will greatly assist and enhance our future development and growth,” stated Charles Carroll, CEO of IBT.

The company started running their business in 1999, at that time they offered an alternative solution to the traditional fingerprinting methods. Now IBT is one of the leading technology companies, they wide expertise include biometric technologies for identity authentication, identity management and criminal history background check through the FBI.

IBT aims to bring biometric enrollment technology to the next level that will benefit society. They put multiple efforts to create a trustworthy and ensure that their biometric enrollment is easy to use. They keep working on designing and improving the new enrollment delivery models for the consumer market as well as the government marketplace.

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