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American Barcode and RFID Launches a Restructured Card Division
Phoenix, October 4, 2007 – American Barcode and RFID Inc. (AB&R) recently announced the launch of their newly restructured card division, AB&R Card, whose website is www.abrcard.com.
“The launch of abrcard.com will enable AB&R Card to reach a vast amount of organizations in need of card services,” said Ted Morgan, Director of Card/Security Division of AB&R. Dino Farfante, President and Chief Operating Officer, added, “This is an exciting and innovative addition to AB&R which we strongly feel could be a true business transforming initiative for those end-users that make card solutions a core part of their business processes.”
For over a decade, AB&R has provided Fortune 1000 companies card and security applications designed to enhance business processes and improve efficiencies. AB&R is a nationally recognized consultant and systems integrator of innovative card-based solutions that address issues relating to controlled access, visitor management, employee ID, time and attendance, healthcare visitor management, loyalty cards, membership cards, and student ID badging.
In partnership with Zebra Card Printer Solutions and Identatronics, worldwide leaders in card-based technology applications, AB&R Card reaches across major vertical markets to provide pioneering solutions to medium-to-large companies that help them realize cost savings, operational efficiencies and increased security.
About American Barcode and RFID
Since 1980, American Barcode and RFID Inc. (AB&R) has been a nationally-recognized technology integrator of innovative Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) solutions that help customers manage assets, track inventory, mobilize their work force, and secure their work place. AB&R "Puts Information to Work" with its specializations in bar code, radio frequency identification (RFID) and secure card technologies. AB&R is based in Phoenix, Arizona and serves customers throughout the United States. For further information about American Barcode and RFID, Inc., please visit www.abrfid.com.