Data Capture, AIDC & RFID

IT Reseller news on Automatic Identification (AIDC), Data Capture and data capture devices. These include barcodes, biometrics, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), id card printers, chipped passports, magnetic stripes, smart cards, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and voice recognition. 

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AURES makes an educated choice. A new partnership with ami will increase its focus on schools and colleges

AURES makes an educated choice.  A new partnership with ami will increase its focus on schools and colleges

Global EPoS hardware manufacturer AURES Technologies has extended its relationship with the JONAS Software Group by engaging with ami Education Solutions, the Group's provider of cashless payment and identity software to all levels of educational establishment

Red Ledge launches open RFID- and IIoT-ready asset management system

Red Ledge launches open RFID- and IIoT-ready asset management system

Software application and engineering company Red Ledge is launching a new asset management system (AMS) with open access to all RFID readers – bypassing the manufacturers' proprietary Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) - and to multiple Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices including all types of sensor, GPRS and RFID tags.

Vtec Solutions joins Maxoptra Reseller Programme

Vtec Solutions joins Maxoptra Reseller Programme

Vtec Solutions, provider of TomTom telematics, has signed a reseller agreement with Maxoptra, the provider of dynamic vehicle routing and scheduling software.

SumUp payment card reader now available at Varlink

SumUp payment card reader now available at Varlink

Varlink has partnered with payments specialists SumUp to provide IT resellers and solution providers with the very latest SumUp Air mobile card terminal.

Xplore and CLS America partner to launch satellite communications rugged tablet for global industries

Xplore and CLS America partner to launch satellite communications rugged tablet for global industries

Rugged tablet PC maker, Xplore Technologies, has partnered with CLS America to launch the Thorium X, a satellite communications tablet system based on the Xplore XSLATE D10 Android rugged tablet PC, meaning "off-the-grid" workers in the UK and Europe can maintain operations almost regardless.

Blue Yonder finds that 81% of shoppers are unable to get what they want in store

Blue Yonder finds that 81% of shoppers are unable to get what they want in store

An international survey of 4,000 consumers from Blue Yonder, a cloud-based provider of predictive applications for retail, has revealed that shopping experiences both online and instore are not meeting the customer expectation of purchasing goods anytime, anywhere.

Plymouth lays foundation for NHS savings with GS1 milestone

Plymouth lays foundation for NHS savings with GS1 milestone

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust has achieved a major financial transaction milestone as part of the NHS drive to use GS1 standards to allow every NHS hospital in England to save an average of £3 million annually through improved patient safety, greater regulatory compliance and widespread operational efficiencies.

ExPD to recommend Datalogic DL-Axist to it OmniPost customers

ExPD to recommend Datalogic DL-Axist to it OmniPost customers

Datalogic has announced that long-time partner ExPD has chosen to recommend the DL-Axist to customers as the preferred hardware for its OmniPost internal mail solution.

Sage unveils Sage 50c – Microsoft Office 365 integration helps enable more freedom, control and automation for Business Builders

Sage unveils Sage 50c – Microsoft Office 365 integration helps enable more freedom, control and automation for Business Builders

Sage launched Sage 50c – what the company describes as the next step in its continuing mission to help Small & Medium Businesses access the best technology and innovation.

HID Global predicts top trends for 2017 in the identity technology industry

HID Global predicts top trends for 2017 in the identity technology industry

HID Global, provider of identity solutions, forecasts a shift in the use of identity technology that will lead to increased adoption of mobile devices and the latest smart card technology, a greater emphasis and reliance on the cloud, and a radical new way of thinking of trust in smart environments and Internet of Things (IoT).