Stemming from Software as a service (SaaS) biometrics as a service (BaaS) is a crucial operational need across enterprises that is usually subscription based allowing enterprises to avert direct capital expenditure, besides also being fully scalable to actually evaluate and monitor rate of use. BaaS is crucial to enable identity duplication and employee information and the like. Adoption of BaaS is also seen across end-use segments such as healthcare. IN data driven enterprise solutions and governance, dependence on data is accelerating at a rapid pace and BaaS enabled data management is crucial for maintaining highest level of data security.
Duplicate information is a prominent challenge across record dependent verticals such as healthcare. The information in healthcare industry is stored in silos and hence chances of data duplication or fraudulent records are pertinent challenges in healthcare industry. Adoption to BaaS (Biometrics as a service) solutions is optimally observed in healthcare industry to efficiently manage data for quality maintenance and on time delivery of both patient and financial data, with optimum cost effectiveness. Healthcare industry is at the forefront of end-use segment in the interest of informed decision-making pertaining to clinical diagnosis and subsequent therapeutics.
Cloud-based BaaS solutions are adopted for accurate identity management, patient data matching, management and identification of duplicate data, besides offering other healthcare centric services and solutions in the interest of well-orchestrated services by various providers, and centralized data management.
Electronic health records is the next paradigm shift in data management across healthcare vertical. Paper-based medical record system is taking a backseat, paving way for advanced digital record system to avert manual errors, efficient care delivery, transparency in data management. Factors as such necessitate large scale reliance on know your patient parameters which have successfully evolved from biographic identification system, towards a more transparent and reliable biometrics based module based on voice, iris, finger point and face recognition measures. Factors as such are likely to initiate novel growth opportunities in biometrics as a service (BaaS) market.
Future ready approaches have maneuvered adoption of new work modules such as BYOD in workplaces, These devices are ubiquitous and location independent, spurring reliance on biometric technology as ideal identification and information storage system enabling cloud computing for error-free data storage and management. These developments are allowing advances in Biometrics-as-a-service. Data transition to the cloud from legacy silos based information storage system that is available irrespective of time and location dependence. BaaS is highly crucial to enable ubiquitous access for error-free, glitch-free operations.