MONTREAL, April 17 /CNW Telbec/ - Aptika, a Canadian company specialized
in ID card technology, has won a contract with the town of St-Eustache for the
supply of specialized equipment and software for citizens' cards.
Aptika management is proud to be able to supply a turnkey solution which
will allow the municipality to be autonomous, not only with respect to the
management of its citizens' cards, but also in reinforcing each citizen's
sense of belonging to their place of residence. An all-purpose promotional
tool which can be used for stadia, pools, libraries and other municipal
installations, offering proof of the dynamism of the corporate body in the
areas of culture and sports, the citizen's card also falls into line with
provincial programs promoting healthy lifestyles. In fact, the citizen's card
is an excellent means of inciting greater participation in the sporting and
cultural events offered by each municipality, while allowing card-holders to
benefit from reduced tariffs. It might even be used as a means of attracting
new citizens to the municipality.
As part of the mandate, the Town of Saint-Eustache has selected the
following equipment: the IDpack Pro software package, the Evolis Pebble3 card
printer, the Topaz Siglite LCD electronic signature pad, the Camtracer
high-resolution digital camera. With respect to services, the mandate includes
customized development of the software, training for users, as well as on-site
supervision and technical support.
Aptika is a Quebec-based company whose mission is to develop and market
its own IDpack software collection, and to offer a wide range of specialized
products and services in the ID-card production field. Aptika is proud to
serve an extensive client base which seeks high-performance products and
services linked to the ID-card field.
For further information:
For further information: Martin Bourdages, (514) 288-7646,