South Korean biometrics firm Suprema has reported “record” revenues of $65.5 million in 2014 and increase in market capital to $357 million.Suprema said that the boost was driven by revenues from access control and time and attendance devices as well as a strong performance in ID solution device sales.Revenue rose 26.2% from $49.2 million (USD) from 2013, and market capital again reported double-digit growth. The revenue growth has well exceeded Suprema's 5 year average CAGR of 17.8%.Among four different global region groups, Europe had the lions' share of revenue with 41%. Americas followed up with 21% of the total revenue. Asia & Pacific and Middle East & Africa had revenue distribution of 20% and 18% respectively. “I believe the healthy growth of Suprema's revenue is a testament to the superior quality of our products and services.” Said James Lee, Suprema's CEO.”Strong growth in an established market such as Europe is proof of our competitiveness. The new products scheduled for release in 2015, along with our recently released BioStar 2, Web-based Open Security Platform, will set the foundation for Suprema's market expansion in 2015.”