Visa Europe recently released its new Matrix Display card, the newest from its CodeSure card portfolio.
ID News Archive for September, 2011
According to Awoko Business, Philip Swaray, the executive secretary and chief operating officer of the Sierra Leone Association of Commercial Banks, is planning to introduce smartcard-based technologies within the next year.
A provincial board member in the Philippines recently encouraged hospital workers in Misamis Oriental, in particular at the Northern Mindanao Medical Center, to wear plastic ID cards that would clearly label them as staff, according to the Sun Star.
According to new research from the UK Cards Association, the decade from 2000 to 2010 has been labeled the “decade of two halves.”
In the United Kingdom, there have recently been problems with under-age individuals consuming alcohol and using other age-restrictive products illegally.
According to a new report from IMS Research, contactless smartcard shipments are expected to grow from 950 million in 2010 to roughly 3.5 billion in 2016.
The Trafford National Health Service Trust recently began using a single-sign-on system with smartcards to allow staff safe access to online databases.
Recently, the Republic of Azerbaijan’s OJSC Parabank’s credit card portfolio totaled more than $91.6 million as of September 2011.
In Australia, more than 11,000 Go Card users are unintentionally falling victim to being charged a more expensive fixed rate rather than the original cost of the bus ride.
According to the Russia Smart Card Market 2012 report by Intelling, smartcard shipments in the nation are expected to reach nearly 1.8 billion units by 2016.