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CBORD partner program grows

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Apr 01, 2003  ||   , , ,

CBORD has announced new additions to its Campus Elements© Program–which includes approved providers of products and solutions that operate with the CBORD product line. Current members include:

  • Bookstore POS
    Follett Books POS System; Budgetext; Nebraska Book System; Missouri Book System Sequoia POS; RATEX
  •   Electronic Access Control
    BEST Access Control; Synergistics; Johnson Controls (CardKey)*
  •   Card Production
  • Deposits
    JSA WebVTS; Core Technologies; Higher One*
  •   Integrated POS
    Micros; IVI Checkmate; Verifone
  •   Other POS
    Tangent (Stadium); ECRS Catapult (C-Store); Higher One (Off campus Merchants)
  •   Networked Printing
    Pharos Uniprint
  •   Turnstile Control
    Alvarado Turnstiles
    (* designates an effort that is currently in development)

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