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D-Tech International is a global company and we have always taken great pride in the service we give our customers. The main emphasis has always been on direct contact and support with our customers to ensure we can provide the very best care which in turn enhances patron’s experience by maintaining service levels. In the…

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D-Tech at the COSUGI Conference 2016

D-Tech International will be exhibiting at the COSUGI (Customer OF SirsiDynix User Group, Inc) Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana between the 23rd and 25th May. Please come and visit Emmett and the team at booth number 5 and find out about the latest in self-checkout management solutions including; Laptop self-service, 24/7 holds/pick up kiosk, RFID wand, security gates, 500…

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D-Tech International at PLA 2016

D-Tech International Ltd are exhibiting at the Public Library Association (PLA) Conference in Denver between the 5th and 9th April. Come and visit us at booth number 525 where we have the latest in self-checkout management solutions including; Laptop self-service, 24/7 holds/pick up kiosk, RFID wand, security gates, 500 item vending kiosk, latests self-checkout kiosks and people…

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Innovative provides another choice for RFID integration with D-Tech

Innovative announced the successful implementation of the Sierra Item Status API at Robbins Library in Arlington, Massachusetts. The integration between Sierra and RFID technology from D-Tech International USA allows patrons to check in, check out, and renew RFID-tagged items with Innovative’s Express Lane self-check. Robbins Library patrons can also process items from other members of…

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Matteson Public Library – Renovation

D-Tech is proud to have been chosen to partner with Matteson library; we supplied our complete RFID solution as well as our automated material handling system. The D-Tech RFID system works seamlessly with their SirsiDynix Symphony ILS. Emmett Erwin, Vice President of D-Tech, noted that “as a certified partner of SirsiDynix, the library had piece…

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