Toronto, November 14, 2012: ITC Systems has replaced aging Debitek card readers at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) with specially designed machines that allow the continued use of magnetic striped Debitek cards. Its a move ITC Systems CEO Campbell Richardson calls both cost-effective and practical.
After Debitek went out of business we realized that a lot of organizations needed a transitional system that would allow the continued use of magnetic striped Debitek cards, Mr. Richardson notes. Our engineers got to work and developed card readers and loaders that were compatible with the Debitek cards. The results have been fantastic.
Mr. Richardson says that more than 30 card readers were installed at FAU, along with 15 unattended loaders that can dispense cards, add value, and print receipts. FAU also purchased more than 55,000 cards for students and guests to use with the new card readers.
We were very pleased that we were able to help FAU turn a frustrating challenge into a positive win, Mr. Richardson says. At the end of the day, were here to help people solve problems and deliver effective service to their customers. Our focus on innovation is often a key part of that mission.
Mr. Richardson notes that any other institutions interested in learning more about the ITC Systems innovation for card readers are welcome to contact the ITC Systems marketing department at 416-289-2344 or sales@itcsystems.
About ITC Systems
ITC Systems is an international company specializing in cashless Integrated Transaction Control Systems. The firm designs, develops and implements state-of-the-art cash card management systems on university campuses and in public libraries, government departments, food service environments and other closed institutional settings. With offices in Toronto and St. Louis, and an extensive network of distributors, dealers, agents and service contractors, the organization offers the most flexible and comprehensive online and offline card systems on the market today.