Screen Shot 2013-09-05 at 12.11.47Silicon Trust Partner Digital Identification Solutions AG will begin operating under the new name Matica Technologies AG. While the name change is effective immediately, other elements of the new brand identity will be transitioned in phases over the next year.
The Group confirms with this step its company strategy with the global availability of its enlarged range of products and strong regional support.
Together with its parent corporation, Matica Technologies AG has already developed into a leading international player. The company completes with the name change the successful integration of the German retransfer and secure ID printer provider together with the Italian manufacturer of centralized high speed systems, mailers and desktop machines. With this step, the company expands its portfolio to one of the most extensive in the market and gains a unique position in the Card Issuing and ID market.

CEO Sandro Camilleri says, “Changing our name to Matica Technologies formalizes a shift in corporate strategy that has been underway since we acquired DISO. As part of our strong focus on innovation and technology, we now offer to our customers a complete technology platform. We believe it is the right time to rebrand DISO and bring together all technologies under one roof for the benefit of our customers.”

This comes at a time when Matica Technologies is introducing important developments to the market.

CEO Camilleri adds: “All of our services and proven technology are backed by an experienced and dedicated team our customers can worldwide rely on. We will continue to strengthen our regional branches and expand the local presence.

Matica Technologies meanwhile reports the best result in the company’s history and keeps confirming this positive trend also in 2013. Camilleri points out: “We are enormously proud of achieving all our main financial targets since we acquired DISO despite a much poorer world economic backdrop.

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