Access-IS is delighted to announce the appointment of Ulrike Hoessl as Business Development Manager
Access-IS announces appointment of Peak-Ryzex to deliver fast and efficient service and support for its Transport & Ticketing products in the Americas
Access have just delivered a third OCR316e swipe reader to the Jubilee Sailing Trust, a charitable organisation which owns and operates two square-rigged three-masted barques, the STS Lord Nelson and the SV Tenacious.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia requires all Hajj and Umrah tour operators and agents to use one of a handful of approved and trusted passport readers to complete visa applications. With over 1,200 units deployed for the Saudi Arabian Government, Access-IS’ OCR640 Hajj & Umrah Package is approved and trusted by Saudi Arabia MoFA to equip all its consulates and visa application centres around the World.
TMT Solutions has integrated Access-IS LSR116 barcode readers into its specialist TCS Sand application. A solution designed to enable the automated loading of trucks with frac sand from overhead silos.
OmniData Services and Access-IS are delighted to announce the award of a schedule 84 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the procurement arm of the US federal government.
KATE Systems, a leading provider of management and cashless systems for Casinos and Gaming Arcades, have just deployed Access-IS Atom’s® at gaming venues across Belgium. The KATE systems include a customer registration module which is currently mandated by Belgian law, a requirement now also likely in many other countries.
As the global headquarters of the Kōyasan Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism, Mt. Kōya was registered by UNESCO as world heritage site in 2004. Mt Kōya is well known by Japanese and non-Japanese alike as a destination to experience a uniquely spiritual atmosphere with opportunities to participate in Buddhist rituals and teachings.
Smartmatic, the leading provider of electronic voting systems, has deployed 4,200 voter authentication devices fitted with Access-IS optical character recognition (OCR) in the recent Armenian parliamentary elections.