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Entrust Datacard Releases Software Suite For Issuance Of Secure Identification Cards

THE UPDATED DATACARD(R) TRUCREDENTIAL(TM) SUITE PROVIDES USERS WITH A TURNKEY SOLUTION TO DESIGN, ISSUE AND MANAGE SECURE CREDENTIALS

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—(Sept. 15, 2015)—Entrust Datacard today announced the most recent release of the Datacard® TruCredential™ Suite Software, version 7.1. TruCredential software is used to issue a variety of credentials such as student, faculty or visitor IDs; employee or contract badges; patient and staff healthcare IDs; credentials for local government programs; membership and customer loyalty cards; and transit passes.

The previously released TruCredential Software was developed by integrating existing Datacard global software credentialing products into one modernized platform and the 7.1 upgrade continues to optimize the software with enhancements that provide for easier set-up configuration, which include:

Additional pre-built workflows for enrollment, credential issuance, and credential management. The pre-built workflows save users time by eliminating the need to create their own workflows and allows them to quickly be up and running with limited support from in-house technology resources.

Integrated smart card personalization support. Users now have access to pre-built encoding support for leading smart cards, making card personalization and troubleshooting easier.

Updated data and enrollment capture capabilities for capturing physical and logical cardholder data, which allows for more easily establishing a trusted identity.

“For most organizations, the ability to positively identify employees, students and visitors serves as the foundation for effective physical security – which requires a flexible, web-based, secure credential solution,” said Ryan Zlockie, vice president of software product management for Entrust Datacard. “We are pleased to offer a complete software suite that can support both desktop and enterprise ID issuance capabilities within a single software technology platform.”

The Datacard TruCredential Software is available in multiple editions and is compatible with a wide array of Datacard® printers and third-party technologies, thereby allowing organizations to easily scale from a single to a multiple user/workstation environment or an enterprise-wide application without increasing complexity.

For more information on the TruCredential Software, please visit www.datacard.com/issuance-software/trucredential-software.

About Entrust Datacard.

Consumers, citizens and employees increasingly expect anywhere-anytime experiences — whether they are making purchases, crossing borders, accessing e-gov services or logging onto corporate networks. Entrust Datacard offers the trusted identity and secure transaction technologies that make those experiences reliable and secure. Solutions range from the physical world of financial cards, passports and ID cards to the digital realm of authentication, certificates and secure communications. With more than 2,000 Entrust Datacard colleagues around the world, and a network of strong global partners, the company serves customers in 150 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.entrustdatacard.com

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