Digital Copier Security Inc. Announces Strategic Partnership

Digital Copier Security Inc. (DCSI) has joined forces with Australia-based Print Security in order to serve markets in Australia and New Zealand.

Print Security has extensive experience in the copier industry and with print management services. The company is associated through common management with Smartprint Fleet Management, Laser Printers Direct and ifish finance.

"We are so pleased to have joined forces with such an experienced and well respected group of companies," said Bill Feigles, DCSI's chief executive officer. "We have been approached by entities in other countries and we are interested in moving into more markets. However, we want to be very selective about who we partner with in both foreign and domestic markets, and Print Security was just a perfect fit."

"At Print Security, we share the same passion as Digital Copier Security and we are committed to championing INFOsweep and INFOclear products in Australia and New Zealand," said Jason Ganis, director at Print Security. "More importantly, we see the need to raise awareness of this looming threat among consumers, businesses and government entities in the markets we serve."

"Our efforts in the United States have led to greater awareness and actions aimed at mitigating the threat to data security posed by digital copiers but there is still a lot of work to do worldwide," said John Juntunen, DCSI's founder and chief operating officer. "We see this overseas partnership as a natural extension of our activities."

Print Security will serve as the exclusive provider of DCSI's products and services in Australia and New Zealand.

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