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CRYPTOCard Partners With JCS & Associates

CRYPTOCard welcomes JCS & Associates to North American Partner Program

OTTAWA -- CRYPTOCard, a leading provider of two-factor authentication technology, announced that network security specialist JCS & Associates, Inc. has joined the recently launched North American Partner Program. With the shared goal of providing the highest standard of security technology and services, the partnership will allow both companies to provide positive identification solutions to such sectors as financial, healthcare, insurance and government across North America.

“We saw an opportunity for two-factor authentication in the market and did extensive research to find the right partner. Our customer base ranges from SMB’s to enterprises, and CRYPTOCard’s technology and its approach to partners was central to the needs of our customers’ security systems and policies,” said Jim Shaeffer, CEO, JCS & Associates. "The CRYPTOCard partner program provides the necessary tools, support and flexible technology our customers need for a robust security posture.”

With many SMBs and enterprises depending on value-added resellers and consultants to deliver the highest standards in their security technology and services, the CRYPTOCard Partner Program is designed to be a natural extension of partners’ offerings. The program provides proven technology, with the sales and marketing support necessary to partners to develop and strengthen their security practices.

In speaking about this new relationship Chris Dodunski, Director of North American Sales at CRYPTOCard said, “CRYPTOCard is very pleased to be collaborating with a highly established and respected partner such as JCS & Associates. They have the kind of market focus that precisely fits with our objectives for the CRYPTOCard Partner Program. We look forward to a very active and successful road ahead.”

CryptoCard Inc.

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