GET Group Forms Distribution Partnership with TransTech Systems

GET Group Forms Distribution Partnership with TransTech Systems

GET Group Forms Distribution Partnership with TransTech SystemsGlobal Enterprise Technologies Corp. (GET Group), a provider of passport and ID systems globally, today announced the formation of a strategic partnership with TransTech Systems (TransTech) of Portland, Oregon. The new distribution agreement will support GET Group’s growing ID business by expanding the network through which its products are sold and serviced for both commercial and government users.

GET Group Forms Distribution Partnership with TransTech SystemsTransTech Systems provides state-of-the-art identification solutions and is an established leader in the ID badging and access control field. The partnership aligns the core assets of both companies to better serve customers focused on enhancing access control through the innovative card printing solutions offered by GET Group, such as 600dpi pigment ink technology. The distribution agreement will make cutting-edge products like the CP500 available to a diverse user base seeking an advanced card printer at a highly-competitive price.

“GET Group offers TransTech, a proven technology platform in its line of feature-rich card printers that will provide our customers with impressive levels of personalization and security to address critical access control requirements,” said Jeff Kruse, general manager at TransTech. “We look forward to helping GET Group reach new markets and offering our clients additional choices for their card printing needs.”

GET Group’s printing technology is ideal for a wide range of highly-secure environments, with features that include a tamper-evident seal to protect against image or data alteration, as well as the ability to incorporate holograms, barcodes and micro-text. It provides 600dpi pigment ink capabilities in a cost-effective desktop package to easily produce the most secure ID cards on the market, while user-upgradeable encoding delivers advanced, on-demand printing of cards anywhere. GET Group’s solutions are also trusted for mission-critical identification challenges in high-security commercial settings, including pharmaceuticals, healthcare, transportation, travel and leisure, higher education and campus security, and more.

“We are pleased to enter into a dynamic and exciting partnership with TransTech Systems, a recognized distributor that is keenly aware of what customers are seeking in access control solutions and quick to identify the best technology for their needs,” said Alex Kambanis, vice president and responsible for GET Group’s Americas operations. “As we look to strategically expand our reseller network, TransTech provides the market intelligence and technical acumen GET Group seeks in a distribution partner.”

GET Group and TransTech will be available for comment and product demonstrations at the CARTES America conference from April 23rd – 25th (Booth #613).

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