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Dynamic Card Solutions releases CardWizard 5.2
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (7/16/10)--Dynamic Card Solutions (DCS), a provider of instant issuance and personal identification number solutions for credit unions and banks, announced the release of CardWizard 5.2. CardWizard 5.2, a follow-up to CardWizard 5.1 that was released last fall, allows financial institutions to instantly issue magstripe, contact, contactless and EMV payment cards in branch or back offices. Consumers can receive the cards instantly at account opening or if they need a replacement card. CardWizard allows financial institutions to eliminate third-party issuance costs, and increase activation rates, early and long-term card use, interchange revenue and brand recognition, DCS said. “CardWizard 5.2 contains about 35 new capabilities and/or enhancements so that our customers can stay ahead of the curve in the payments market while driving customer service, satisfaction, card sales, activation and interchange to improved levels,” said Ron Zanotti, DCS senior vice president. CardWizard features also include:
* Improved user interface and reporting functions; * Additional multiple language support for Spanish and Portuguese; * New support for servers and platforms; * Optimized custom background selection functions; and * Expanded chip programming capabilities.
DCS, based in Englewood, Colo., provides instant issuance and PIN selection solutions for financial institutions, Visa and MasterCard.


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