Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

IDenticard® and Horizon Dish Out Integrated Campus Solutions for Food Service Management

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

Lancaster, Pa. (Dec. 6, 2002) – IDenticard, a leading producer of biometric security identification, asset tracking and access control systems, and Horizon Software International, Inc., a leading food services management software provider, have formed an alliance to make IDenticard’s top-line access control and imaging systems compatible with Horizon’s comprehensive food service management solutions. 

NACCU to provide CR80News as a benefit of membership in 2003

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) contracts with AVISIAN Inc. to provide industry leading publication to the association’s 1200 member representatives 

International Electronics Introduces Its BioRead Fingerprint Biometric Access Control System With Integrated Enrollment Software

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

CANTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 7, 2003–International Electronics, Inc. (NASDAQ: IEIB), announced its new BioRead(TM) Secured Series Fingerprint Access Control System.

 

SCHLUMBERGERSEMA INTRODUCES PORTABLE TERMINAL

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

SchlumbergerSema today introduced the MagIC X1000 DECT (Digitally Enhances Cordless Telecommunications) portable point-of-sale terminal. The terminal will enable diners to pay their restaurant bill at their table rather than having a waiter take the card away, increasing the chance the card number might be skimmed. “That’s absolutely correct,” says Michel Leger, business manager for the E-Payment Group of SchumberSema North America, which includes the U.S. and Canada. “We are seeing more demand in the U.S. for terminals that enable cardholders to hold onto their cards because of skimming incidents in Florida and newspaper reports about them.” The terminal’s DECT network provides more reliable communication at farther distances between the terminals and their docking station, Leger tells CardLine. A restaurant can install the docking station 100 meters from each terminal, and each docking station supports six terminals. In the U.S., the terminals can accept signature-based card payments, Leger says. In Europe, the terminals accept PIN-based and smart card transactions. MagIC is compliant with Europay/MasterCard/Visa smart card standards. SchlumbergerSema is a subsidiary of Schlumberger Limited. [end] 

Thanks to IDenticard® and ITC Systems, One Card Pays for It All

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

Lancaster, PA (December 17, 2002)— IDenticard , a leading producer of biometric security identification, asset tracking and access control systems, and ITC Systems, an international company specializing in integrated transaction control systems, have formed an alliance to make IDenticard’s top-line access control and imaging systems compatible with ITC Systems’ cash card systems for college and university campuses. 

General Meters Corporation and Paradata create a joint marketing alliance

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

General Meters Corporation and Paradata have created a joint marketing alliance to provide web based commerce transaction solutions to University One Card System clients. 

Drexler Technology's Updated LaserCard Marketing Objectives to Be Presented at Needham & Company Growth Conference in New York, January 9, 2003

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

Drexler Technology Corporation (Nasdaq:DRXR), the leading supplier of multi-biometric ID cards for U.S. homeland security applications, has been invited to speak at the “Fifth Annual Needham Growth Conference,” January 7-9, 2003, at the New York Palace Hotel.