Schreiner Group strengthens customer orientation and innovation power

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Schreiner Group today announced that its current Schreiner ProSecure business unit will start to operate under a new organizational structure on November 15, 2011. In the future, the existing activities will be pursued in a two-pronged approach by the Schreiner ProSecure competence center and the Schreiner PrinTrust business unit. By taking this step, Schreiner Group is intensifying its efforts to clearly align its business activities in terms of “market” and “technology.”

“This decision was made in line with our aim to sharpen the focus of Schreiner Group’s activities by creating a clear split between ‘market’ and ‘technology.’ On the one hand we are now able to make Schreiner Group’s entire portfolio of products and services available to our customers and on the other we can drive the development of security technologies in an even more concentrated manner than before,” says Roland Schreiner, Chief Operating Officer of Schreiner Group and responsible for Sales & Operations.

 

As a competence center, Schreiner ProSecure places a cross-industry focus on the development of forward-thinking technologies for counterfeit and tamper protection. “Practically any sector today is exposed to the threat of intellectual property theft and product counterfeiting,” says G√ľnther Galfe, President of Schreiner PrinTrust and Director Competence Center of Schreiner ProSecure.

 

The Schreiner PrinTrust business unit sells and markets specific solutions for service organizations and companies. The unit’s activities are centered on customers such as banks, telecommunications companies, public-sector clients and government authorities. The product and solutions consultancy portfolios are focused on access control – by means of windshield (vignettes) and license plate stickers and passes, for example – contactless payment systems and PIN protection solutions. 

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