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Heartland, Bridgeway partner in S.C.

Zack Martin   ||   Jun 01, 2011  ||   

Heartland Payment Systems’ Campus Solutions, in partnership with Bridgeway Solutions, has been chosen as one of South Carolina’s preferred system providers for integrated ID solutions and local support.

This arrangement with South Carolina will enable the state’s agencies and public colleges and universities to purchase Heartland Campus Solutions and Bridgeway Solution’s services without having to issue a request for proposal as is traditionally required by the state.

This relationship between Bridgeway, Heartland and the State of South Carolina provides ID production, identity management and campus card use while offering desired local support to the campus communities. The Heartland Campus OneCard System offers solutions for various areas of campus including access and security, vending, dining, copy and print management, bookstore financials, Web and mobile use, activity and event management as well as banking and financial aid disbursement.

This solution, paired with Bridgeway Solutions, enables campuses to enhance student services while providing a higher level of efficiency.

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