QI Systems highlighted its contact and contactless access control and tracking and payment solutions, during the recent National Association of College Auxiliary Services conference in San Diego, Calif. The spotlight was on the company’s QiWave unattended POS smart card readers and reload stations which were on display at the conference.
DALLAS, TX and VANCOUVER, BC – QI Systems Inc., a leading developer and integrator of contact and contactless card payment, access control and tracking solutions, today announced that the Company is attending the National Association of College Auxiliary Service’s (NACAS) 2006 Annual Conference in San Diego, CA from October 14th – 18th.
NACAS is a non-profit organization of professionals serving over 900 institutions of higher learning throughout North America and other nations around the world. NACAS members are responsible for campus services such as bookstores, food service, student housing, security, transportation and parking.
They represent a key target market for QI Systems’ newest technology – QiWave contactless, unattended point-of-sale smart-card readers and reload stations. Card-payment systems utilizing QiWave contactless technology will be on display at the conference.
Steven R. Garman, President and Chief Executive Officer of QI Systems, stated, “We believe that the NACAS conference is a great venue to spotlight our contactless technology, which is extremely well suited for a campus environment. Furthermore, we are excited about the high level of interest indicated at the recent ASIS conference in San Diego. During the NACAS conference we will be following up on several of the sales initiatives we identified at that conference.”