Simon Meyer

Simon is Managing Director for the Construction arm of Human Recognition Systems, where he is responsible for the development and growth of MSite the UK market leader in cloud-based, biometric construction site management and access control. Under Simon, the Construction business unit has successfully delivered large scale projects at the Olympic Park and London Bridge, and continues to develop framework agreements with prime contractors including Lend Lease, Shepherd and Carillion. Previously Simon was responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of Human Recognition Systems including new product development, project delivery and on-going customer maintenance and support. He led the successful ISO 9001 quality accreditation and ensured the operations kept pace with the significant growth of the company. Simon joined Human Recognition Systems in 2004 from Accenture, the global IT and management consulting company. During this time, Simon developed extensive project management, business process engineering and delivery experience over a number of large and challenging IT transformation projects for various multinational companies including Tesco, BP and BHS.
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International Journalists See Latest Biometric Technology in Liverpool

January 27, 2016 | Biometrics   |   News   |  0 Comments

After our CEO and founder, Neil Norman, made a trip to China in September, Human Recognition Systems have been working with the International Festival For Business (IFB), launching in Liverpool this June. 

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Site Access Security: Flexible Products to suit all sites

February 5, 2014 | Construction   |  0 Comments

Based on our focus on making procuring and installing site access security easy for site managers and using our experience across a range of construction sites, we've both simplified and extended our range of site access security deployments. All are based on the principle of plug and play, working with the site as it ramps up and down and minimising on-site implementation time:

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