and is an honorary board member of the Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada.
What does ACTCDA stand for?
ACTCDA stands for Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada
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OTCBB:QIIIF), a leading developer and integrator of microchip-based card payment and tracking solutions, today announced that the company has rejoined the Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada (ACT Canada).
Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada (ACT) will deliver a special tutorial to explore the uses of emerging card technologies across a variety of business applications, from smart cards to wireless cards to optical cards, as well as complementary technologies such as biometrics.
He also is a past president of the Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada, an industry trade organization.
Catherine Johnston, who will provide an industry overview at the launch event, is President and CEO of the Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada.