Azerbaijan, Baku, May 1 / Trend /
Azerbaijani IT company Ultra signed a memorandum of cooperation with Latvian company DPA in the sphere of biometric systems, the company's press release says on Wednesday.
According to the report, the document was signed within Azerbaijani-Latvian Business Forum held in Baku, organized by the Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO) and Azerbaijani investments with the support of the Economic Development Ministry.
On basis of the plans which were approved on memorandum to provide with the biometric services and to implement the biometric solution in our country it has been intended to exchange knowledge and experience between the companies "ULTRA" (Azerbaijan Republic) and "DPA" (Latvia).
"DPA" company's employees who have more experience in this field, particular the manager of company Sanita Meijere held a discussion with the director of Infrastructure department of "ULTRA" Ruslan Romanenko and other employees.
Meijere noted that the project as a momentum into the development of Azerbaijan's economic policy , as well as in IT sector.
The officials of Azerbaijan and Latvia attended the forum and beside them there were about 200 business people who work in the sphere of industry, information communications technologies, education, consulting and others.
During the forum, the information was given about Azerbaijan-Latvia economic - trade relations and country's business and investment opportunities and it was emphasized the significance of such events in expansion of the partnership between the countries.
Note that ULTRA company within its 14-years history as an integrated company proposes E-Learning, E-Doc Management, E-Library "ALICE," E-Signature, E-bank, E-Notary and other software applications the development of international and local organizations and it has expanded its market share and began to work as a consortium with European companies together.
One of the leading companies in Latvia "DPA"was founded in 1997 and submits the biometric technology "L-1 Identity Solutions" that acts in more than 90 countries of the world. This system allows to identify information high-level to determine identity.