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RFID security devices for the federal market.

Mikoh : 13 February, 2008  (Company News)
Mikoh drives for RFID based security systems in US government markets for improved physical security.
Mikoh has announced a focused Federal Practice to drive the company further within growing government markets. The Mikoh Federal Practice aims specifically to increase government sales and partnerships for Mikoh's RFID-based physical security solutions.

In the coming months, the Mikoh Federal Practice plans to unveil branded solutions and services targeting specific government applications, including tamper evidence, asset identification and tracking, perimeter security, chain of custody reporting and more. Each will deliver certainty to current and potential government customers surrounding RFID and physical security.

"Physical security is of paramount importance to government departments, agencies and organizations alike, representing an ongoing challenge that must be addressed," said Matthew Blomfield, CEO for Mikoh. "Mikoh is set to meet these challenges head-on with proven RFID-based physical security solutions and consulting services."

The government market is a long-standing primary target for Mikoh. The company conducts continual testing to fine-tune its RFID-based solutions to meet the strict demands of government security applications. As a result, Mikoh counts multiple government agencies and organizations among its current clients.

"Mikoh has gained significant traction within the government market," continued Blomfield. "Formalising a federal practice enables us to better communicate and further deliver RFID physical security solutions that impact the unique needs of the government space."

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