Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

IdentiSys acquires Claritus ID division

Monday, June 4, 2012

IdentiSys acquired the ID Division of Claritus, which provides identification technology solutions including card personalization and smart card/biometric applications to clients in Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa. This purchase is IdentiSys’s ninth acquisition in the last seven years. “With the addition of the Claritus ID Division, we now offer sales and on-site services in over 40% of the U.S,” said Michael R. Shields, founder and CEO of IdentiSys. [end] 

CardSmith in is rolling out real-time account activation for its clients using the company’s IDMS system.

IDMS, CardSmith’s card printing and production system, continuously updates the company’s transaction system anytime a card is printed or replaced. This means that students can walk out of their campus card office with an active, transaction-ready credential. Providing students with an active ID at the time of issuance eliminates delays associated with batch file processing, a common occurrence in other systems.

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If you are attending the 2014 NACCU Conference next week in Chicago, don’t miss out on your chance to walk away with an iPad Mini, a Kindle or one of a stack of great gift cards and other prizes.

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IdentiSys, Inc. has announced the acquisition of Salt Lake City-based Mountainland Business Systems’ Identification, Security and Presentation Divisions.

The Mountainland deal marks IdentiSys’ tenth identification acquisition in the last seven years and the third acquisition in the past six months. Reasoning behind the procurements is the support of IndentiSys’ continual growth strategy and expansion of the company’s geographic coverage.

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AVISIAN Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the interactive version of the spring 2014 issue of CR80News.

The interactive feature allows for a miniature mode that you can thumb through as well as a full screen mode that allows you to read the magazine as if it were sitting in front of you. Even flipping the pages looks great with this new feature.

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