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Case Study – Technology helping farmers grow

(September 2016)

The Challenge Agriculture is the largest contributor to Kenya and Zambia’s gross domestic product with almost 75 percent of working farmers making their living by...

Drupa 2016

(August 2016)

Some News The drupa is the largest printing equipment exhibition in the world, held every four years by Messe Düsseldorf in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany....

Retail

(August 2016)

Whether you’re the owner of a small business or a partner of a large retail store, keeping your customers happy will always be the number...

Events

(August 2016)

When time is limited, and you need to organize an Event – We offer a full solution for Rental or Onsite Event Printing, Plastic card...

What is MIFARE?

(June 2016)

WHAT ARE THE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A MIFARE CARD? Operating frequency: 13.56 MHz. Read range: from about 0cm up to 10 cm. Card size: approx....

What is NFC?

(June 2016)

NFC Technology What is NFC? NFC technology is a standards-based wireless communication technology that allows data to be exchanged between devices that are a few...

Artwork Guidelines

(May 2016)

To ensure you get the very best results from your print, we ask all of our clients to review our helpful guide before sending your...

Frequently Asked Questions

(May 2016)

Q - Do you need a single sided or dual sided ID card printer? A - Depending on the amount of information that needs to...

Cards Plus Terminology

(May 2016)

PVC Cards - Polymer of Vinyl Chloride PVC, is the third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer. Magnetic Stripe Cards - The magnetic stripe, known as...

Cashless Environment System

(January 2016)

How amazing is that feeling when you hear your favourite band is coming to South Africa and you just can’t wait to get tickets. The...

Why your Business needs a Loyalty Program

(January 2016)

Loyalty programs are implemented to encourage customers to continue to shop and to use the services of the businesses associated with each program. In today’s day...