MUNICH, Germany, 5 June, 2019 – Matica Technologies AG proudly announces its strategic partnership with CANON FINETECH NISCA INC. (“CFN”), which includes the joint development of products, largely through the sharing of technology, mainly but not limited to the government and financial markets.
The partnership’s first joint product is the Matica EDIsecure™ MC660, a brand new 600dpi high-resolution card printer for high-level security applications based on the highly reliable ID card print engine of the CFN’s printer range while also incorporating unique features from Matica’s technology and software.
Under this alliance, the designed products are manufactured by CFN according to Canon’s high standard manufacturing and quality processes, and incorporates unique features not present in the current CFN retransfer printers.
“We are very proud to announce our strategic technology alliance with Canon Finetech Nisca and we’re delighted to be jointly developing outstanding solutions for the security industry,” says Sandro Camilleri, CEO, Matica Technologies AG. “I am therefore very pleased to announce our first joint product, the MC660, which illustrates the successful partnership with CFN and outlines our strengths as major color printing technology provider.”
“We are very pleased to introduce the new product with the collaboration of Matica Technologies,” says Yoshinobu Kono, Director of Canon Finetech Nisca Inc. “Matica’s established experience in the market, it’s R&D capabilities and extensive knowledge of the products and markets has helped to create a promising partnership, which will develop innovative technology and products in the international card industry.”
Matica is one of the world’s premier global Security Solutions company, which develops, manufactures and markets innovative solutions, defining the future of security in identity and payments.
Matica operates globally through its offices in Germany, Italy, India, Singapore, China, Americas and the UAE.
For further information, please visit https://www.maticacorp.com
About Canon Finetech Nisca
Canon Finetech Nisca, as a member of Canon Group, manufactures office automation equipment. The Company develops, manufactures, and markets copiers, optical devices, and other office automation equipment. Nisca also produces motors, measuring instruments, scanners, and ID card printing machines.
For further information, please visit https://ftn.canon/en/
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