Sweden's Fingerprint Cards raised its revenue guidance for 2015 on Monday to 2,200 million SEK (US$268 million) from 1,500 million SEK, citing a rapid increase in market growth.On the same day, the firm announced that it has received an order of 375 MSEK including all touch fingerprint sensors in the company's portfolio from one of its module partners in Asia.This among other order has led the firm to also raise its revenue estimate from 340 MSEK to that it will amount to around 390 MSEK for the second quarter.J├Ârgen Lantto, CEO of FPC, commented: “It is becoming clear that 2015 is the year when touch fingerprint sensors are becoming broadly integrated in smartphones. Google's upcoming release of a complete platform support for fingerprint sensors in the Android M release is expected to play a major role in the strongly increased demand we are now experiencing.”Our broad product portfolio and leading technology has in our view been a strong contributor for our touch fingerprint sensors being included in a large part of the smartphones with integrated touch fingerprint sensors that are being launched during the remainder of 2015.”The fact that seven smartphone manufacturers have already launched smartphones with our touch fingerprint sensors means that we have established a clear position as the leading supplier of touch fingerprint sensors for this market. The sharp rise in demand for the company's entire product portfolio will put a lot of pressure on the whole organization, but it is a challenge we are ready for”.There were further developments at the company on Monday, with Johan Wilsby also named as new chief financial officer. Wilsby worked at Microsoft for 13 years, where he was head of Finance for Western Europe 2004-2007