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Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States, 2005/08/17 - Sense Holdings Inc. (SEHO) disclosed Wednesday that it received a purchase order from FedEx® Corp. (FDX) to purchase 100 of its BC-300 biometric pilot authentication stations.
The company said in a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that the pilot authentication stations will be for deployment by FedEx® at selected domestic operation facilities.
The purchase order, the largest single order in the company's history, was issued as part of a purchase, license and service pact between the parties.
The purchase price, which includes one years' service and maintenance, is $315,000, according to the filing. Sense Holdings said the purchase order provides for immediate delivery and payment terms of 30 days.
The company expects to complete delivery of the authentication stations by Dec. 30, the filing.
Sense Holdings said it is also entitled to a $15,000, one-time license fee covering the software included in the authentication stations.
Sense Holdings' systems are designed primarily for security-related applications for use by companies desiring to authenticate the identity of people for purposes including controlling access to restricted areas and monitoring time and attendance at the user's facilities.
- By Chad Clinton, Dow Jones Newswires; 202-862-1349; chad.clinton[.]dowjones.com
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