Fargo Electronics Unveils Print Security Suite

New technology is designed to safeguard issuance of identity cards

Print Diagnostics: This tool provides a fast and easy way to gather and share printer diagnostic information. It captures printer issues in a reportable format that can be electronically transferred to a service technician for fast, precise answers. By utilizing this application, many technical issues can be handled via phone or email.

Supplies E-Ordering: This function automatically notifies the operator when supplies are running low, and provides a direct link for ordering online from an authorized Fargo integrator.

Print Security Suite is available as an option on Fargo's new DTC400 Card Printer/Encoder. The DTC400 is an easy-to-use single-sided printer/encoder featuring Fargo's proven Direct-to-Card technology.

"By teaming up the DTC400 with the Print Security Suite, you get a card identity system that provides several levels of layered security," said Fontanella. "Its ease-of-use improves organizational efficiency and the security features can reduce organizational vulnerabilities. It's a system that will help enhance security for a broad segment of the market."

About Fargo

Fargo is a global leader in secure technologies for card identity systems. The company manufactures and markets systems that include secure card printer/encoders, materials and software. Fargo helps organizations reduce security vulnerabilities and potential for loss of time, money and lives by continually improving the authenticity of identity credentials. More than 80,000 Fargo systems have been installed in the U.S. and in over 80 other countries through Fargo's global distribution network of professional security integrators.

Personalized ID cards produced by Fargo card identity systems provide physical, information, and transaction security for a wide variety of applications and industries including corporate, national IDs, drivers' licenses, universities, schools, government and membership. The company is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA, a suburb of Minneapolis. For more information, visit Fargo's Web site at www.fargo.com.