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CardSmith utilizes Monitor print and copy solution

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

CardSmith has integrated a print and copy management solution from Monitor Inc. with CardSmith’s cloud-based transaction system to enable cashless printing and copy services on campuses and other institutional venues.

The solution from Monitor, a provider of print and transaction management software, offers CardSmith customers a way to manage fee-based printing and copying services for students, faculty, staff and guest users.

In addition to a release station, terminal and machine-embedded interface options, Monitor offers a Web-based application enabling users to print or copy from any PC, tablet, or smart phone.

This bring-your-own-device model provides convenience to users while eliminating IT requirements for configuring and supporting traditional print workstations, said CardSmith. The solution is easy to administer from a single interface and works seamlessly with CardSmith’s transaction system. [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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ITC Systems announced the launch of its new netZtouch QBX 7800, an online account-based print and copy control terminal. The new terminal enables prints and copies to be tracked and can also simultaneously charge an account for the jobs.

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Yale University has migrated its meal plan management and transaction processing to CardSmith’s cloud-based platform.

A joint effort with University Dining Services, CardSmith’s cloud platform went live at the start of the fall 2013 semester to kick off the multi-year agreement between CardSmith and the Yale. In addition to providing standard meal plan management services, CardSmith has developed projects tailored to Yale’s specific needs.

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CardSmith has announced the availability of its second-generation Cloud Terminal payments solution, CT2.0.

CT2.0 is a web-based application that effectively turns any PC, laptop or tablet into a full-featured payment terminal, enabling clients to process transactions anywhere with existing or bring-your-own-device hardware.

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