The BizSpark startup of the day is KeyLemon, based in Switzerland. You will find below an interview with Gilles Florey, Founder and CEO of KeyLemon. All the best to them and congrats for being the startup of the day!
Founder and CEO, I am in charge of all commercial aspect, strategy development and communication. In addition, I operate the general administration and human resources management of KeyLemon.
First I worked in a Bank. I was in charge of the marketing to SMC (small medium companies). Later on, I decided to go back to study. I completed a Bachelor in Business and Administration at HES SO Sierre in Switzerland.
Of course it is a great honor and I am really proud of it. It is recompense to the team KeyLemon for their good work, passion and motivation. Huge thank you to Microsoft BizSpark being selected.
KeyLemon offers simple, convenient access solution based on face and voice recognition.
I use many passwords in day to day interaction with applications and the internet. Remembering each login detail and the entry of it can be time consuming and even frustrating. I thought it would be great using computer access solutions based on personal biometric authentication technology such as face recognition.
When we started we were self funded. Currently we are able to finance the company with sales. However, we are looking for funding to scale business and to access B2B market. We are looking for USD 400k.
We are currently a team of 5 employees. CEO, Product Manager, 2 software engineer and R&D manager.
Visual Studio 2008. It is the best IDE to develop software for Windows.
To identify user remotely. Being sure you are communicating with the right person.
Thanks to BizSpark Program we could develop our first commercial version on XP, Vista and 7.
Build a company in a way that you will keep it forever, otherwise you will.
There is no one individual.
Give a try to KeyLemon: www.keylemon.com
did Microsoft approved keylemon security and functionality?