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ColorID is set to attend the upcoming 2015 NACAS show in San Antonio, TX. Opening on November 1st and going til the 4th, visit ColorID at booth 425.
Be sure to stop by and see our Biometric Dining Solution to help speed up your long POS lines!
ColorID will also be co-hosting a presentation with University of Notre Dame on Monday, November 2nd between 4pm – 5pm.
Will Phones Replace Cards on Campus?
Room: CC 209
Track: Card Services
Mr. Scott Kachmarik, Director of Auxiliary Services, University of Notre Dame, Auxiliary Operations
Tim Nyblom, Director - Education Group, ColorID
NFC, EMV, ApplePay, PCI, PACS – Each of these terms represent big changes in the campus card industry. Presented from a vendor-neutral perspective, this session will take a close look at how the use of mag stripe and contactless smart cards on campuses will be impacted by rapid advances in the mobile phone industry. The discussion will cover the latest mobile technology from Apple, Android and other Silicon Valley developers. Security, pricing, and convenience of these various systems will be discussed, as well as what actions you can take to keep your campus moving in the direction of new identification technologies.
ColorID’s Director of Product Management, David Stallsmith has decided to move closer to family on the West Coast and thus will be leaving ColorID to pursue new employment. David began his work at ColorID in 2006 and has been instrumental in growing ColorID’s market position in advanced technology products. David greatly assisted in growing and establishing a strong product management team within ColorID. “David has played a pivotal role in ColorID’s success and we wish him all the success with his move and future challenges,” stated Danny Smith, ColorID Executive Vice President.
ColorID is very pleased to announce that Todd Brooks has accepted the position as ColorID’s Director of Product Management. Todd has been a Senior Product Manager at ColorID for over three years. During this period Todd has been involved with every aspect of ColorID’s products, including printers, advanced technology cards and biometrics products. Over the past 12 months Todd has been responsible for the majority of ColorID’s day-to-day product management operations, which allowed David to focus on ColorID’s customers in the field. Gary Smith, ColorID’s President, stated “ColorID is fortunate to have someone of Todd’s caliber that can step into this important role. With his degree in Mechanical Engineering and a strong computer science background, in addition to the experience acquired by working closely with ColorID’s vendors and customers, Todd is fully prepared to lead ColorID product and technology development into the future.”