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FineLine Technologies acquires Montreal's SourceID
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Sep '15
FineLine Technologies, Inc, the worldwide ticketing company, has acquired Montreal-based Source ID, providers of product identification systems and service bureau solutions to Canadian retailers and brands.

The announcement was made jointly by FineLine Technologies CEO, George Hoffman and Source ID Partner, Michael Lands.

Michael Lands said, “FineLine Technologies' global presence will benefit Source ID's Canadian customer base. As part of FineLine, we now have the infrastructure to provide web-based price ticketing solutions to the Canadian marketplace that satisfy vendor requirements anywhere in the world.”

Hoffman said, “We share a strong customer focus and we are both expert in meeting challenging shipping time requirements. Our acquisition expands FineLine's offering in Canada by combining our global service bureau capabilities and Source ID's 40 years of local industry expertise. Together, we can meet Canadian retailers' most complex, and highest volume, worldwide price ticketing requirements.”

The Source ID name and team will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of FineLine Technologies Inc, according to a press release.

FineLine Technologies provides variable data ticketing and mobile solutions for retailers, suppliers, and manufacturers throughout the world, with products ranging from barcoded tags to RFID, RF, and NFC integrated ticketing and labelling applications. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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