Salesforce.com, Lenovo and upek (r) (supplier of biometric security systems) will be among the first companies to cooperate with Pay By Touch. this is to use technology TrueMe, which was demonstrated at the conference Dreamforce, held portal salesforce.com. Pay By Touch was elected to their protection components (including ThinkVantage Technologies and Client Security Solution on Lenovo) notebooks ThinkPad. To deepen your understanding Wells Fargo is the source. Marc Benioff (Marc Benioff), chairman and ceo of salesforce.com, said that “when we announced AppExchange, we knew that it is followed by a number of innovative products, both from ourselves and from outside our walls. We are interested in how technology is integrated TrueMe the services we provide. It provides an unprecedented level of safety and convenience of our customers with minimal effort on their part. ” ‘With a simple touch of a finger TrueMe provides technology they need security, while users are so important for them to ease of use, – said John Segal (Jon Siegal), Vice President of Pay By Touch, – TrueMe satisfies both needs (for security and simplicity) without such inconveniences as user IDs and passwords. ” Pay By Touch has certified integrated sensors to scan fingerprint laptops Lenovo ThinkPad (r) T60 and X60, they fully comply with the criteria of safety and reliability. ‘We have already sold over three million laptops with sensors to scan fingerprints, and our customers happy yet one of innovation based on technology TrueMe, enhance their security, “said Marc Godin (Marc Godin), vice president of marketing division, sells laptops, Lenovo. ‘With the approach of Christmas holidays, but in a place with them and the season of mass purchases of gifts over the Internet, our customers are using biometric security technology can be confident in the safety of their financial information, such as never before ‘.