DALLAS — Biometric Signature ID, the leading developer of biometric ID verification software solutions, announced that it will continue to partner with Barton Community College as they take steps to deter academic fraud. Currently BSI’s biometric security software meets accreditation requirements and compliance standards for institutions of higher education.
“Our software is unlike anything else on the market,” said Jeff Maynard, president and chief executive office at Biometric Signature ID. “We’ve developed the world’s first biometric password that delivers a cost-effective deterrent against academic cheating and financial aid theft. Our state-of-the-art solution allows us to level the playing field and alleviate many of the pain points associated with academic fraud.”
BSI’s software meets all HEOA Title IV student verification requirements set forth by the U.S. Office of Inspector General and U.S. Department of Education. BioSig-ID eliminates concerns about academic integrity, student aid fraud and helps higher learning institutions maintain accreditation and compliance standards.
“Prior to implementing BioSig-ID it was near impossible for us to detect which students were cheating and using others to do their work,” said Claudia Mather, associate dean of Distance Learning at Barton Community College. “BSI’s technology is easy to use and allows our instructors to properly vet and authenticate students throughout the course for all gradable assessments. This technology and reporting tools are a distance learning game-changer.”
To learn more BSI’s innovative technology or to schedule a demo, visit https://biosig-id.com/.