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PricewaterhouseCooopers uses multifunction LEGIC technology for security, print management, and more

By Andy Williams, Contributing Editor When PricewaterhouseCoopers went from 13 different buildings down to one at its Zurich, Switzerland office, many of its 1,200 employees were using different ID cards providing only limited uses. So why not switch to one...
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GoPrint announces new self service, multi-platform, pay-for-print management system

GoPrint has released its new GS-4 print management system which can help libraries, computer centers, colleges and universities reduce print waste, recover costs and optimize printing. The system also supports the leading campus card systems and payment options. San Ramon,...
April 5, 2006 /

Equitrac and eCopy announce scanner tracking capabilities

Print manager provider Equitrac and eCopy have released a single-terminal solution that slashes hardware needs required to track, manage and recover the costs of documents users scan, copy, print or fax. This latest in a series of collaborations between the...

Nova Southeastern replaces outdated campus smart card with new smart card system

By Andy Williams, Contributing Editor, AVISIAN Publishing Shackled by an outdated card program and its proprietary operating system, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) went looking for something bigger and better and, more importantly, a campus card that would enable the university...

Guiding your transaction system with sound strategic planning

By Tom Bell, Vice President, Commerce Industry Relations, Blackboard At a recent seminar, campus executives were asked how they planned their card system and if their plan was strategic. All referred to the planning as “detailed;” and said it involved...
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European Campus Card Association suggests rapid growth in ID systems across continent

By Andy Williams, Contributing Editor Campus card programs in Europe are starting to accelerate, thanks in part to creation in 2003 of the European Campus Card Association. While Europe is often in the forefront of card usage in areas such...

Equitrac releases new version of its print cost recovery and document output management solutions for campuses

Trying to account for every piece of paper running through your copiers and printers could be a lesson in futility … particularly for colleges dealing with multiple constituencies, each with different printing needs and different ways of paying for the...

Ten predictions for campus card programs in '05 and beyond

A panel of ID industry experts provided predictions for 2005. One of these glimpses into the future will appear here each day during December. by Bob Huber, President, Robert Huber Associates Prediction #1 – Off-Campus Merchants In just five years...

East Stroudsburg successfully employs a phased approach to campus card growth

Relatively young, as card programs go, East Stroudsburg University’s eCard began just four years ago. The small four-year Pennsylvania school located in the Pocono Mountains was using a photo ID card that included the Social Security Number, a rising cause...

University of Central Florida adds new applications to its already successful campus card

The University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando doesn’t have a fancy name for its smart card. “We just call it the UCF Card,” says the University’s Card Services Manager, Tammy Kidder. No matter. It’s not the name that counts,...
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