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CompUSA Offers SecuGen

SecuGen fingerprint readers can now be purchased from CompUSA.com and CompUSAbusiness.com

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- SecuGen fingerprint readers can now be purchased from CompUSA.com and CompUSAbusiness.com. Thanks to the successful efforts of WUNworks Inc., SecuGen Corporation's Austin-based business partner, customers can confidently purchase SecuGen's USB fingerprint reader (Hamster III) and fingerprint mouse (OptiMouse III) directly from the online sites of CompUSA, one of the nation's leading retailers and resellers of technology products and services.

CompUSA understands the need for readily accessible technology by consumers, businesses and organizations alike. WUNworks partnered with CompUSA to provide scalable, nationwide sales and fulfillment of SecuGen fingerprint readers, bundled with WUNworks solution software.

"While many fingerprint devices are compatible with our solution software, we feel that SecuGen products are an important option for our customers. They have proven to be the industry's most reliable and durable readers. They're ideal for use in harsh environments like high-traffic industrial applications, essential in shared environments where readers need to be cleaned frequently, and are good choices for home and office environments where durability is the key to reliability," says Lee Hoevel, President of WUNworks.

Jeff Brown, Vice President of Sales for SecuGen adds, "We have seen significant and growing interest from small businesses and home offices in SecuGen's cost-effective biometric solution. This solution helps organizations comply with privacy and security standards without losing convenience and ease of use."

Brown continues, "Partners like WUNworks are the key to SecuGen's success. WUNworks' deep knowledge of biometric products and broad experience with end-user usage patterns are invaluable to us and are the reason they can build successful relationships with top tier reseller organizations like CompUSA."

SecuGen Corp.

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