Jolly Integrates MIFARE with Evolis Printers

Jolly Technologies announced the public release of ID Flow 5.1 and Lobby Track 5.1 which supports MIFARE encoding with Evolis printers.

The Jolly Encoder supports reading and writing of MIFARE-compatible cards using an Evolis printer equipped with a MIFARE compatible reader such as the SpringCard Crazy Writer reader. Support for additional technologies is already in development and will be available in the coming weeks.

“This is a big feature for us in two key areas,” said Kurt Bell, vice president of sales and marketing. “First it strengthens our offering in the European and other overseas markets that rely on MIFARE technology as the primary means of identity verification. Second, it adds tremendous value to our Lobby Track visitor management and integrated access control systems. Lobby Track can now read access cards as they travel through the printer, print the cards and write the card number back to both Lobby Track and the integrated access system. No other product on the market has this capability. It really optimizes the card issuance process.

“Jolly has been a very strong technology partner and their ID card software is well regarded in the market,” said Gerardo Talavera, managing director, Evolis Americas. “We’re very excited to see the encoder integration with the Evolis line of ID card printers. It will generate new opportunities for us and for our partners in many markets.”

ID Flow, the world leading ID card production technology, continues to grow market share around the world. Lobby Track is currently integrated with Lenel, AMAG, Brivo, S2 and DSX access systems: additional system integrations are on the way.

Version 5.1 is available to all supported customers at no additional charge. Customers with earlier releases should contact Jolly for upgrade details.

New free trial downloads of version 5.1 are available.

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