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IDenticard® and Debitek Join Forces to Secure Electronic Cash Systems on Campus

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jan 01, 2003  ||   , , , ,

Lancaster, PA (date)— IDenticard , a leading producer of biometric security identification, asset tracking and access control systems, and Debitek, a leader in the manufacture and sale of smart card and off-line magnetic stripe card technology, have formed an alliance to make IDenticard’s top-line access control and imaging systems compatible with Debitek’s electronic cash systems for corporate and university campuses. Debitek is a subsidiary of Ingenico, the world’s leader in EFT POS terminal shipments and secure transaction technology.

“In collaborating with Debitek, we’re excited to offer our security and access control customers in the corporate and university marketplace the experience and expertise of Debitek’s integrated solution for innovative electronic cash systems,” said IDenticard President Robert L. Hager. “Likewise, Debitek’s clients who require security identification and access control applications, can rest assured they’ll be provided with the most advanced security products and systems in the industry through IDenticard.”

Among Debitek’s most recent product offerings is the MoneyClip solution—a comprehensive electronic cash system for use on campuses and cafeterias that replaces currency with stored value cards in vending machines, copiers, laundry rooms, pay-for-print areas, and dining area cash registers.

Established in 1970 and with corporate offices located in Lancaster, PA (USA), IDenticard maintains field sales offices with direct sales representatives in 29 major U.S. cities and a partner network encompassing some 300 of the world’s leading systems integrators and security systems installation specialists. IDenticam®, a Canadian affiliate, has headquarters in Toronto with offices in Vancouver and sales offices throughout Canada.

For more information about Debitek’s electronic cash systems for corporate and university campuses, visit their website at For more information about IDenticard’s biometric security identification, asset tracking and access control systems, call IDenticard Systems, Inc. at 800-233-0298 or visit the company website at

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