MANASSAS, VA – March 21, 2016 – InCadence recently demonstrated mobile biometrics capabilities at the Greater Washington’s Crossroads of Innovation, Science and Technology event. This exhibit was hosted by the Washington Business Journal and the Prince William County Department of Economic Development at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on the George Mason Campus located in Manassas, VA. The event focused on bringing local businesses together and providing an opportunity to showcase their capabilities and products. It was also a phenomenal venue to meet other local companies and organizations to build relationships, develop business opportunities and connect.

“This was a fantastic event focused on bringing Prince William County based companies together to connect. The panel discussion was enlightening as it discussed exciting new opportunities for local businesses to collaborate with the George Mason campus and academia, plans for transportation expansion initiatives, real estate growth as well as the growing concentration of technology firms in the area” said Chief Executive Officer, Sandra Corbett.

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