Biometric Digest Merges with TRW Enterprises, LLC

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The Biometric Digest is a leading edge newsletter entering its 11th year of publication. It is the oldest publication in the U.S. reporting exclusively on the biometric identification industry. Merger effective April 1, 2007.

The Biometric Digest and TRW Enterprises, LLC, located in St. Louis, Missouri, announced they will merge effective April 1, 2007. The Biometric Digest is a leading edge newsletter entering its 11th year of publication. It is the oldest publication in the U.S. reporting exclusively on the biometric identification industry.

In addition to the monthly newsletter, the company also publishes a weekly news summary called Biometric Media Weekly. Both publications are delivered electronically to subscribers. Founded in 1996, the newsletters have subscribers worldwide.

Bill Rogers, the founder and Publisher of the newsletters said, "This merger will allow us to increase and broaden our reporting services in this fast growing industry which is projected to exceed $10 Billion within the next eight years."

Thomas Wright, principal with TRW Enterprises, will take over as Publisher and Roy Urrico with Bright Ideas Writing Services as Editor. Bill Rogers will continue his association with TRW Enterprises and serve as Associate Editor.

TRW Enterprises publishes several industry related newsletters for the banking and credit union markets. Their expertise and resources will provide enhanced services to the biometric industry and subscribers.

About TRW Enterprises, LLC

Thomas Wright, Publisher

Tom is the principal of TRW Enterprises and Publisher of The Biometric Digest ( He also publishes the Credit Union tech-talk and BANK tech-trends newsletters. He has over twenty years of computer industry experience including consulting and project management experience as well as a technical support and training background.

Roy Urrico, Editor

In addition to his role as the Editor of The Biometric Digest, Roy is the Editor of BANK tech-trends newsletter and President of Bright Ideas Writing Services, which specializes in articles, newsletters, guides, ghostwriting, copywriting, and case studies about financial and business technology. Roy is also the Editor of the Association for Financial Technology newsletter.

William Rogers, Associate Editor

Bill is the Associate Editor of The Biometric Digest and Credit Union tech-talk newsletters and principal of William Rogers & Associates, Inc. Bill moderates several national conferences on biometric technology and is a frequent speaker on this subject. In addition, Bill provides a range of meeting planning services.

For further information, please contact:

Thomas Wright
Biometric Digest

William Rogers
William Rogers & Associates, Inc.

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