Technology focused research group Tractica has predicted that annual sales of enterprise biometrics devices and software licenses will rise from $12.7 million in 2015 to $142 million in 2024.The group cited the potential size of biometrics for enterprise applications as a driver for the growth.Biometrics is becoming increasingly attractive to enterprise organizations for IT security, physical building access, time and attendance, identifying persons of interest, and hybrid approaches such as doorway to desktop, it wrote.”Biometrics technologies fit every industry,” says principal analyst Bob Lockhart. “Regardless of the vertical market, companies have IT systems that require logon, physical facilities with restricted access, or employees who clock-in and clock-out. Biometrics can make all of those processes faster and more secure.”Tractica's report, “Biometrics for Enterprise Applications”, examines the market for enterprise applications for biometrics horizontally across all industries, including 10-year forecasts for the period from 2015 through 2024.