KeyBS, Evolis ink strategic alliance

KeyBS, Evolis ink strategic alliance

Dubai - The partnership will facilitate card printing solutions on the self-served machine KeyKIOSK

By Staff Report

Published: Mon 12 Jun 2017, 9:23 PM

Last updated: Mon 12 Jun 2017, 11:28 PM

KeyBS, a solution provider and systems integrator company, and a fully owned subsidiary of Arabi Holding Group, has announced a strategic partnership with Evolis, the global leader personalization systems for plastic cards. The partnership will enable the instant printing of cards on the self-served kiosk "KeyKIOSK" developed by KeyBS.
Ibrahim Darraz, Managing Director, KeyBS, said: "We are constantly striving to enhance the services provided on KeyKIOSK. Our vision is to have in place an innovative platform that will facilitate multiple electronic payment services. In this regard, our strategic alliance with Evolis is quite significant as it will contribute in achieving our objective of offering the utmost technologically sound process solution to our valued clients. Evolis is a leader in the products and services it offers and we are pleased to have this partnership in place that facilitates a fully integrated card printing solution."

The KeyKIOSK will enable the client to print different types of cards such as loyalty card, Credit/Debit/Pre-paid cards, National IDs, Driving license, student cards gifts cards, badges, access cards, transportation cards, health cards among others. Moreover, the machine can print double sided encoded chip cards with the option of setting a pre-defined expiration. The process of personalizing the cards can be completed in a few simple steps and printed within seconds in units or in batches.

Alexandre Maugin, area sales manager - Middle East & Africa at Evolis, said: "We are very pleased with our alliance with KeyBS. With its dedicated KeyKiosk product, KeyBS is leading the way to offer comprehensive self-servicing customer solutions. Evolis' partnership with KeyBS opens the doors to develop and facilitate the instant card solution needs." -

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