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SuperCom reports new orders, worth more than $4M

 

SuperCom has announced that it has received new orders totaling more than $4 million.

The company, which specializes in eID security systems and electronic monitoring, expects to deliver these orders in the first half of 2014.

“I am very pleased with these new orders as it represents the realization and the potential in our proposals and bids pipe line,” Arie Trabelsi, CEO of SuperCom said. “It also underscores the outstanding cooperation and the smooth integration that the newly acquired SmartID division has undergone over the past months.”

“We are happy to see that our customers are highly satisfied with the outstanding products and systems that we provide them, demonstrated by their award of new orders to us,” Ziv Koren, SuperCom VP Regional Business Development said. “It also indicates a strong vote of confidence from our customers.”

Reported previously in BiometricUpdate.com, SuperCom recently acquired On Track Innovations’ SmartID division. 

“Beyond these orders, we see growing demand for our solutions globally. With the excellent team and solutions we have in place, we are poised to unlock the significant potential within SuperCom,” Trabelsi said.

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