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DED FEATURE SOME EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENTS AT IFSEC

06 March 2009

With some exciting new card printing developments from Zebra being featured at IFSEC this year, DED will further strengthen their position as a leader in the field of card printing technologies and software. You can find DED at the NEC on stand A30 in Hall 4

Alongside Zebra’s latest, DED will be featuring a wide range of ID, Security and Access Control card printing solutions with Visitor and Time Management software.

Plastic card printers from Zebra and Fargo will be featured this year in conjunction with CardFive and CardExchange card design and print software from leading software houses NFive and ExchangeIT. Further demonstrating NFive’s software capabilities, DED will be featuring DeskFive visitor management software from NFive in conjunction with the TSP743 printer from Star Micronics for printing paper visitor badges and also the Star Micronics TCP400 printer for rewritable visitor management cards.

With a particular focus on time attendance and access control software, DED will be featuring TimeFive and AccessFive from NFive for the first time at IFSEC this year. TimeFive is a powerful software package designed to manage and track employee's movements during work hours. AccessFive is one of the first packaged access control solutions to integrate complex functions in a user friendly fashion.

In addition, DED will feature a comprehensive selection of ID accessories and consumables.


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