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Valid USA Continues Growth with Acquisition of ScreenCheck North America
Date:8/22/2013

CHICAGO, Aug. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Valid USA continues the expansion of its Identification Systems business with the announcement today that it has acquired ScreenCheck North America (SCNA). SCNA specializes in digital identification systems and is the worldwide exclusive licensee for Polaroid® identification and security products. SCNA has the experience and expertise to provide AAMVA compliant Real ID solutions. SCNA also offers web-enabled enrollment and workflow solutions, desktop card printing hardware and software, comprehensive database & integration services, biometric capture, and applicant authentication solutions.

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"SCNA brings specialized knowledge and experience to our expanding Identification Systems business in government, campus, healthcare and education applications. Their recently developed software is highly configurable, fast to deliver and economical to operate, maintain and upgrade. Their demonstrated ability to quickly adapt to client needs will complement the tailor-made solutions of Valid." said James Marsh, Vice President of Identification Systems, Valid USA.

SCNA leverages strong U.S. channel partners and its worldwide distribution network to sell and support a vast array of identification systems and solutions. SCNA will contribute to Valid's services approach that provides high-value identification and credentialing solutions and services. Valid has issued over 90 million driver's licenses and has deployed more than 1,600 driver's license enrollment workstations worldwide. 

For more information call 855.825.4387 or inquire via email at info@vali
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