Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

Smart card integrator CyberMark LLC folds but where did their customers go and how have they managed?

Tuesday, January 1, 2002

After a relatively brief existence as a provider of smart card systems to university and corporate campus’ in North America, CyberMark ceased operation in June of 2002. A soft market, a difficult value proposition (tactful way of saying the product cost more than many could justify), mounting debt and extensive management departures all contributed to the company’s demise.

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