Inepro is pleased to announce that the FCC and Industry of Canada certification of our latest SCR708 RFID reader is successfully completed. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) issued a grant of equipment authorization to Inepro BV to operate its communication device transmitter. Industry Canada advised that the SCR708 RFID Reader meets technical specifications & procedures and issued certification for use in Canada as well.

Read more: FCC and Industry of Canada certification of Inepro's SCR708 RFID reader

Inepro invites you for the FM-Day at the 9th of February in the Brabanthal in Leuven (Belgium). At this learning and networking event you will discover all facets of Facility Management in progress. The Facility Management Association (IFMA) and FM-Magazine welcome you from 9.00h (till 19.00h) at the mini exhibition where you can discover and experience different novelties.

Read more: Inepro invites you for FM-Day: the networking event and exhibition for the Facility Manager

Today Inepro releases its new embedded solution for Ricoh’s Android driven Multifunctional Printers (MFP). Ricoh’s MFPs with Smart Operation Panel (SOP) bring usability benefits that will boost your workflow and operations. To offer extra operating options that will enhance your productivity and ease of use Inepro developed a straightforward and easy to operate interface for the tablet-style control panel.

Read more: New DocuPRO app for Ricoh SOP enables easy Android-style operations

In December we all prepare for big family celebrations and the closing of a satisfying, productive and beautiful year. Because of these festivities we would like to inform you that Inepro’s offices in The Netherlands, Germany, UK and Belgium are scheduled to be closed at Monday 26 December due to a Dutch National Holiday. On that date orders or transactions will not be processed. We will resume operations on Tuesday 27 December.

Read more: Inepro office hours during the holidays

Last April we informed you about England introducing a new £1 coin in 2017. The current £1, introduced in 1983, is the eldest circulating currency in England but also the most vulnerable. One out of every thirty £1s is counterfeited and at this moment there are an estimated 45 million forged copies in circulation. This overriding reason has been the final push towards a new £1. However, the introduction of the new and saver English Pound will require some adjustments to Inepro machines.

Read more: Inepro Payment Solutions and the new £1