New line will include a wide selection of lanyards, retractable reels, badge holders and strap clips that complement HIDÂ’s line of ID card printer/encoders, software and materials.
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LAS VEGAS, April 2, 2008 â€“HID Global, the trusted leader in providing solutions for the delivery of secure identity, today showcased a new line of ID accessories at the ISC West International Security Conference and Exposition. This new line will include a wide selection of lanyards, retractable reels, badge holders and strap clips that complement HIDâ€™s line of ID card printer/encoders, software and materials.
Included in the line are:
Lanyards â€“ five different types including woven and flat styles are available in seven colors and five attachment styles.
Retractable reels â€“ four reel styles, sixteen colors and two clip options offer convenient options for presentation of cards to proximity or magnetic stripe readers.
Badge holders â€“ five styles clearly display IDs while protecting them during use.
Strap clips â€“ five types of vinyl strap clips provide dependable attachment for badges.
â€œBy adding accessories to our line of ID products, weâ€™re offering our distribution partners everything they need for a total card solution from one source,â€ said Alan Fontanella, Vice President of Market Strategies for HID Globalâ€™s secure issuance business. â€œWe want to make accessories an easy add-on sale that will simplify their business while building revenue.â€
With other sources for accessories available, why HID Global? For distributors like ADI, a global wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, sourcing ID accessories through HID Global can enhance their business. â€œOur business model is based on providing a wide range of high-quality products that are available when our dealers need them,â€ says Stacy Deveraux, ADI product manager. â€œSuppliers like HID Global, who provide high quality products and responsive customer service, are critical to the success of our model.â€
HID ID accessories will be available early summer, 2008.