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ColorID appoints Tim Nyblom to its education team

Andy Williams   ||   May 19, 2006  ||   

Tim Nyblom, formerly with the software company Ecora, has been added to ColorID’s sales team to help improve the company’s sales and service to its education customers.

ColorID brings aboard new addition to its Campus Card sales and service group

CORNELIUS, NC –ColorID, LLC announced it has added Tim Nyblom to its education market sales team. Tim’s previous business experience was with the software company Ecora in New Hampshire.

ColorID’s Executive VP, Danny Smith stated, “ColorID is constantly expanding its products and services in the education market and by adding Tim to our team, ColorID can improve the level of service we offer each of our customers. Tim’s technical sales and service background coupled with his enthusiasm will enhance ColorID’s ability to service our customers”.

Tim is a native of New Hampshire, and studied business administration while attending the University of New Hampshire.

ColorID is a leading identification system supplier to the card industry in the US and Europe. ColorID supplies a full line of security and access control card products, including ID printers, proximity & smart cards, pre-printed cards, blank cards, software, ribbons and supplies. Products supported include Fargo, Datacard, Eltron and Nisca printers and supplies. You can reach ColorID at 888-682-6567 or visit their web site at

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