THE SMARTCARD SOCIETY OF NIGERIA
A Nigerian association, affiliated
to a world-wide organisation, consisting of manufacturers, supplies, users/potential
users and other stake holders in Smartcards as well as other digital or
To encourage and stimulate the use
of smart card and other related digital or electronic technologies, thereby allowing
our members to take advantage of the speed, convenience and security offered by
the rational application of new technologies.
THE INDEPENDENT CLUB
Founded in 2001
by Intermarc Consulting Limited, Smart Card Society of Nigeria – a professional
association, aims to rapidly establish itself as the premier Nigerian forum for
education, debate and promotion of all aspects of smart card and related
technologies, standards, applications and schemes.
the adoption of smart cards where relevant, under suitable standards
educate members as to the latest technology, standards and applications
learn of smart card applications and developments in other countries
enable scheme operators to meet suppliers, in a non-sales environment.
(dependent upon Membership Class)
meetings of a full day’s duration, with highly qualified session leaders
Newsletter – Smart Card News
press cutting service
Card Club Supplier and Scheme directories
and company information
and training events
memberships for all associated clubs world-wide
support from the Club offices
site services for all member companies
of Working Groups to address specific issues
is open to all companies, organisations and individuals interested in or concerned
with smart cards and related technology, whether as banks, suppliers, advisers,
consultants, existing or potential scheme operators or end users. There are several levels of membership
available, dependent upon the degree of involvement or interest in the
technology and its applications.
In addition to our Nigerian activities, the Society
has now successfully signed agreements as affiliate and associate with the
Smart Card Club of the U.K and Smart Card Society of Southern Africa. The
objective is to set a truly global information network.