With its latest ANDiS 5i release, Bell ID’s Card & Application Management System (CAMS) has made another major step forward, providing end customers and partners a variety of new, highly effective and useful features and functions.
At Cartes 2006 visitors will be able to witness that as of today ANDiS not only leads the industry with rich functionality, flexibility and scalability, but also raises the bar for user-friendly and intuitive usage as well as easiness of installation and configuration.
Bell ID’s latest release of its ANDiS Card and Application Management System provides a vast number of new features and functions, providing customers and partners a number of advantages including:
- Increased productivity with new job notification screens
- Faster access to information
- Simple installation with the configuration assistant
- Fast and reliable batch processing with the ANDiS dataport module
- 100% support for FIPS201
- Enhanced support for EMV
- Enhanced integration capabilities with the Key Management System Web service (KWS) and the new Post Issuance Personalization Web Service (PWS)
The new GUI takes advantage of the latest web technology providing a much faster user experience. The latest 5i release also improved many operator processes on the bases of input from the ANDiS user community. Installing the systems becomes as simple as a “walk in the park”. Effectively a fully configured and operational ANDiS system can be installed in less than 8 hours.
Erik Vermeer, Technical Director of Bell ID comments: “We are very proud to be able to keep offering new and exciting products in the field of card and application management with Release 5i of ANDiS. We will continue to work with our customers and partners in extending the already rich functionality of ANDiS. A warm Thank You to our development staff is in order. Without their knowledge and continuous dedication we would not have been able to reach this important milestone.”
The latest ANDiS Release 5i will be presented in Paris at Cartes 2006, stand 3F 030 from the 7th to the 9th of November 2006.