Polaroid and ScreenCheck North America Extend Global License Agreement

Polaroid and ScreenCheck, a world leader in identification systems, announced that they have extended the global license agreement for Polaroid Commercial Identification Systems. Featuring a full line of expandable and customized professional services and solutions, Polaroid commercial identification products issue millions of photo ID cards each year.

Under the terms of the agreement, ScreenCheck will distribute Polaroid branded ID card printers, software, web solutions, supplies, laminates and printer drivers to customers through its global network of distributors and resellers.

 “Polaroid’s unparalleled experience in the imaging space raises the bar for identification systems,” said Michael Fox President and CEO of ScreenCheck. “ScreenCheck is thrilled to continue our successful partnership with Polaroid and continue to deliver cutting-edge technologies that are synonymous with the world-class Polaroid brand.”

From expert customer service to affordable and high-quality software and printing options, ScreenCheck provides ID solutions that fit every identification need. ScreenCheck’s line of Polaroid ID printers offer single- and dual-side printing and lamination, security features and upgradeable options, including magnetic stripe encoding and smart card personalization. Helping users create an easy-to-use ID workflow for their organizations, ScreenCheck’s Polaroid ID printers feature Ethernet connectivity, portable designs and fully integrated high-quality supplies that optimize print performance and efficiency.
 
Polaroid ID Systems are sold and supported in 50 states and more than 120 countries through a certified channel of 30 distributors and 180 dealers.  ScreenCheck is continually developing innovative products for the identification market and is launching a full line of enhanced printer and software products starting in Q4 2010.  

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