Interflex

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Interflex.
Type Subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand
Industry Integrated Electronic Security
Founded 1976
Headquarters Stuttgart, Germany
Products Electronic Access control products, Biometric security systems, CCTV, Security hardware and OEM solutions, Workforce Management, Time management solutions, Personnel scheduling, Attendance systems, SAP solutions.
Website www.interflex.de

Interflex is one of the many brands of Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies is a sector of Ingersoll Rand Corporation.

Interflex Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, purports to offer "complete solutions" for workforce management with time accounting and personnel scheduling as well as security systems including card production, CCTV video surveillance, offline components and biometrics. Furthermore, the company claims to support the "customer solutions" with sustainable and comprehensive consulting services for workforce productivity. With more than 14,000 system installations managing more than 4.5 million employees, Interflex touts itself as the market leader in Europe, for access control security systems and workforce management "solutions".[1] The company, whose headquarters are in Stuttgart, operates worldwide and supports its customers from 35 business locations in 12 countries. Interflex was founded in 1976 by Wilhelm Haller with idealistic principles based on the humanization of work, the sharing of profits and service to society[2] and has been a part of Ingersoll Rand since 2000.

Interflex customers include national and international companies, authorities, and hospitals: Deutsche Bank, Behr Group, Bertelsmann, Festo, Roche, the German Federal Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs, Henkel, the Hamburg Airport, Blohm & Voss, Motorola Deutschland, Brose, Carl Zeiss, Volkswagen, Weishaupt, and Continental AG.[citation needed]

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