Called Fujitsu Security Solution AuthConductor Client, it is claimed to provide a secure environment that can replace IDs and passwords.
It needs to be used with notebooks, PCs and tablets which are embedded with Fujitsu's palm vein sensors and fingerprint sensors.
Else, external sensors connected through USB are also usable.
"Additionally, given its compatibility with Active Directory that enables unified management of biometric information and login status, it develops an environment in which multiple users can operate the same PC, and enables management of access logs," the company said.
"AuthConductor Client software supports customer operations across a variety of industries, and can be deployed without changes to applications and other existing systems."
Fujitsu plans to roll out AuthConductor Client to markets in Asia and North America by September this year.