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

Lancaster, PA (December 17, 2002)— IDenticard , a leading producer of biometric security identification, asset tracking and access control systems, and ITC Systems, an international company specializing in integrated transaction control systems, have formed an alliance to make IDenticard’s top-line access control and imaging systems compatible with ITC Systems’ cash card systems for college and university campuses.

“In collaborating with ITC Systems, we’re excited to offer our security and access control customers in the college and university marketplace the experience and expertise of ITC Systems’ integrated solution for cash card systems,” said IDenticard President Robert L. Hager. “Likewise, ITC Systems’ 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.”

“The collaborating of respective company skills, customer knowledge and capabilities provides a best of breed solutions in integrated transaction control solutions, and builds critical organizational mass in the higher education market,” said Campbell Richardson, President and CEO of ITC Systems.

ITC Systems is best known for its single cash card solution promoting prepaid services in closed environments such as college and university campuses, food service environments, public libraries, large corporations and government departments. With a single card, authorized cardholders can access photocopiers, microfilm R/P, laser printers, computers, vending machines, newspaper boxes, laundry machines, parking spaces, arcade games, food service, and more. “IDenticard’s advanced imaging and access control systems complement these comprehensive offerings,” said Hager.

ITC Systems/IDenticard

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 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 http://www.identicard.com.

ITC Systems is a world leader in integrated transaction control systems with offices in St. Louis and Toronto. Since 1987, ITC Systems has developed a line of Unattended-Point-of-Sale (UPOS) Terminals for a multitude of self-serve applications utilizing an ‘e-purse’ Smart Card as the payment method. Their UPOS Terminals are successfully installed on vending machines, copiers, laundry machines, cash registers and other self serve ‘charge for use’ applications. To augment the product offering, ITC Systems also provides back office transaction processing software, ‘pay for print’ software and ‘meal plan’ software. Their products are currently being used in college and university campuses, libraries, government institutions, and more. ITC Systems now offers its customers a choice of smart card or magnetic stripe technology for a vast array of equipment and services, using both open market and closed proprietary systems.

For more information about ITC Systems please contact Ms. Janet Exconde, at (416) 289-2344, e-mail to [email protected] or visit us online at www.itcsystems.com

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