The year 2013 marks a half century in business for
As it reaches this milestone,
According to CEO
TROY introduced the first desktop laser check printer in 1986 and the solution quickly became popular with branch banks and insurance companies. In 1993, HP sought TROY’s partnership to provide its customers with
In 2008, TROY leveraged its expertise to develop an innovative secure prescription printer. Last year, TROY formed a new division, TROY Healthcare Solutions, to focus on the company’s current prescription printing capabilities and to address new demands for enhanced secure information technology solutions in healthcare.
TROY’s milestone year included a launch of several products into new markets, including TROY UV toner and TROY UV MICR toner to the global security printing market and TROY Check Print for QuickBooks and TROY Check Print for Sage 50 to the alternative finance and tax preparation markets. TROY also expanded electronic health record system interfaces to TROY Secure Rx prescription printing solutions.
TROY was honored with HP’s 2013 Innovation in Partnership award, its 6th consecutive accolade from HP. TROY also partnered this year with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) on Operation Genesius, a corporate outreach program aimed at preventing document and identity fraud.
Dirk believes the TROY brand has been a key to the company’s success. “TROY has a solid reputation as a leader in document print security,” he said. “We’ve been able to define our strengths and work within that area of expertise to gain a firm understanding of the needs of the industry. We believe TROY has become indicative of integrity, security and quality.”
Also critical are a dedicated management team and workforce. “We are so proud of the staff we’ve assembled. Our employees are a team of professionals who are committed to exceeding our customers’ requirements and meeting the industry’s highest standards of quality,” Dirk said.
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