Jolly Technologies and Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) announced a formal partnership to provide a tailored printing solution to support DNP’s CX-330 printer line. According to both companies involved, the combination of Jolly’s ID Flow and DNP’s CX-330 solution provides several added benefits such as ultraviolet (UV) printing, smart chip & contactless encoding, magnetic stripe encoding, and security erase functionality.
Jolly Technologies Adds Smart Chip / Contactless Encoding and UV Printing Capabilities to ID Flow Through DNP Partnership
Jolly Technologies Integrates ID Flow with DNP’s CX-330 Advanced Feature Set
San Carlos, CA & Tokyo, Japan December 18, 2007 – Today Jolly Technologies, the world’s #1 identity software company, and Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (‘DNP’) announced a formal partnership to provide a tailored printing solution to support DNP’s CX-330 printer line.
The combined ID Flow / CS-330 solution provides:
- Ultraviolet (UV) Printing
- Smart Chip Encoding
- Contactless Card Encoding
- Magnetic Stripe Encoding
- Security Erase Functionality
ID Flow is the industry’s premier software for ID card design, data management and production. Jolly has customized its ID Flow Enterprise Edition to include UV ribbon printing and support of Omni Key and Digion24’s units for contactless and smart chip encoding. Licenses will be activated and supported through Jolly Technologies and carry the Jolly brand.
“We thoroughly tested all of the major software products and found Jolly’s ID Flow Suite to be at the top of the class,” said Kenji Matsuda, Manager International Operations, DNP. “Our channel philosophy and distribution partners have also aligned nicely and we look forward to this being a very productive relationship.”
“We’re very happy be working with DNP,” said Brett Changus, Vice President Engineering, Jolly Technologies. “The support of higher level encoding technologies has long been requested by our dealers. We foresee promising market applications for UV printing capabilities that allow ID verification by use of a black light. We are honored that DNP has chosen to develop these capabilities in conjunction with Jolly Technologies.”
“DNP brings some very unique features to the ID Card printer market. Jolly’s approach to ID Card design and production software made them the perfect developer to create a user friendly interface for DNP’s special functionality” said Jeff Kruse, General Manager of TransTech Systems. “TransTech, as a distributor of Secure Identification Systems, is privileged to carry both Jolly Technologies and DNP product lines.”
Pricing and Availability
The integrated product will be made available by Jolly Technologies and DNP and distributed in the U.S. through TransTech Systems. The software release is expected in early 2008.
About Jolly Technologies
Jolly Technologies, founded in 2000, develops and distributes a suite of secure identification software products, including ID Flow, the world’s #1 identification software, Lobby Track visitor/entry tracking software, access control software, and a variety of other custom security products. As the recognized leader in the rapidly growing secure identification market, Jolly Technologies is partnered with the industries largest hardware manufacturers to offer complete solutions through our channel partners. Based in San Carlos, California, Jolly Technologies is one of the world’s fastest growing software companies. For more information, visit www.jollytech.com or call toll-free 1-888-25-JOLLY.
About Dai Nippon Printing
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (‘DNP’) celebrated the 131st anniversary of its founding in October 2007. Shueisha, the forerunner of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., was established in 1876. The Company later branched out into a variety of fields, including commercial printing, packaging, decorative materials, business forms, electronics and industrial supplies. Today, DNP has established itself as the leader in the world in the field of comprehensive printing. Currently, DNP employs about 38,000 people. In Japan, DNP has 14 division offices in major cities, 47 sales bases, and 55 production plants, while overseas it has another 21 sales offices and seven production plants. For more information, please visit http://www.dnp.co.jp.