Product News: Automatic ID
RFID Label Printing Service meets DoD requirements.
Press Release Summary:
May 8, 2007 - TAGeasy(TM) and TAGstation(TM) provide DoD vendors with DoD RFID compliant labels for use on items, cases, pallets, and other packaging. TAGeasy(TM) is online e-Commerce RFID label fulfillment system, while TAGstation(TM) is online dedicated web-based portal with on-site RFID printer that provides order tracking and asset visibility from shipping to receiving. Both generate government approved receiving report (ASN) and Certificate of Compliance.
Original Press Release
Universal Guardian Unveils New RFID Programs at Department of Defense (DoD) RFID Summit
Press release date: April 4, 2007
Universal's revolutionary TAGeasy(TM) and TAGstation(TM) systems provide DoD suppliers with immediate and cost-effective DoD RFID compliant labels for use on items, cases and pallets, and other packaging, at the source anywhere in the world ... all with little or no capital investment.
TAGeasy(TM) is a secure, online e-Commerce RFID label fulfillment system that generates DoD approved RFID labels, including a Certificate of Compliance, shipped overnight to DoD suppliers and generates a government approved receiving report (ASN) ... all for only $29.95 per month and $.19 per RFID label with a one-year subscription.
TAGstation(TM) is a secure, online dedicated web-based portal with an on- site RFID printer that produces DoD compliant RFID labels on demand, generates a government approved receiving report (ASN) and a Certificate of Compliance. TAGstation(TM) provides end-to-end order tracking and asset visibility from shipping to receiving ... worldwide. TAGstation(TM) delivers the Department of Defense and its suppliers the complete system including the RFID encoding label printer and Gen 2 RFID labels for only $299 per month and $.17 per label.
We are excited about the enthusiastic reception of our TAGeasy(TM) and TAGstation(TM) systems by DoD suppliers," stated Michael Skellern, Universal's CEO. "TAGeasy(TM) and TAGstation(TM) programs provide DoD suppliers with Gen 2 RFID labels, receiving reports, certificates of compliance ... faster, better, and less expensive than any other source." Mr. Skellern added.
"TAGeasy(TM) and TAGstation(TM) web-based systems are an integral part of our Total Asset Guardian(TM) (TAG3) platform, which is our end-to-end, global supply chain asset visibility and inventory data management platform that delivers source-based RFID compliance labeling, asset tracking functionality, logistics management and supply chain security," stated Huba Horompoly, Universal's Chief Technology Officer. "DoD suppliers can enroll now at www.TAG3.com and receive DoD RFID labels tomorrow" added Mr. Horompoly.
About the United States Department of Defense
The mission of the Department of Defense is to provide the military forces needed to deter war and to protect the security of our country. To learn more about the United States Department of Defense please visit: www.defenselink.mil/ . To learn more about Department of Defense policy please visit: www.acq.osd.mil/log/rfid/index.htm .
About Universal Guardian Holdings
Universal Guardian Holdings, Inc. (UGHO) and its subsidiaries provide a comprehensive range of security products, systems, and services designed to mitigate terrorist and security threats worldwide. Universal Guardian's global risks mitigation group includes strategic and tactical security services, integrated global supply chain visibility and security systems for government and industry, as well as non-lethal and tactical products for law enforcement, military, professional security and consumer markets. Universal Guardian companies features a wide variety of applications that provide cost- effective, end-to-end solutions and critical security services for government and multi-national businesses from operations on every continent. http://www.universalguardian.com/
Contact: Michael J. Skellern,Chief Executive Officer of Universal Guardian Holdings, Inc., +1-949-861-8295;
Source: Universal Guardian Holdings, Inc. Web site: http://www.universalguardian.com/
Web site: http://www.tag3.com/
Web site: www.defenselink.mil/