Visa processing firm TT Services has revealed plans to target biometrics as an area of growth in the services it offers consulates.TT Services plans to leverage investments it has made in talent and biometric enrolment capability to boost its presence.”We have made large investments in new biometric and shared services solutions”, said Managing Director, Debbie Brockbank, “and over the past twelve months have recruited industry specialists to build a truly innovation-driven service.”The firm said this has included a number of key corporate and biometrics appointments, the establishment of a biometrics centre of excellence and the forging of key industry partnerships.Heading up TT Service's biometrics push is recently appointed biometrics authority Bill Sillery. Previously a senior advisor to Citizenship and Immigration Canada for its Temporary Residents Biometric Project, Mr Sillery was a solution architect for the UK visa biometric enrollment system and National Identity Cards scheme.Former diplomat Nicholas Dynon, another recent recruit, is now spearheading TT Services' business development activities in Australasia.”I am passionate about enlightened, people oriented visa processing, and developing solutions that work”, he commented, “for government and for visa applicants”.