NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Secured Digital Applications, Inc. (OTCBB:SDGL), a provider of mobile communication, outsourced business and information technology consulting services announced today that the Company was awarded another contract by New Alliance (China) Ltd to install the EyStar Warehouse Management System ("EWMS") for its subsidiary company in Fuzhou, China.
The contract, valued at $1.76 million, is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2009. EWMS integrates bar code, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and WiFi data collection to track inventory and assets in the customer's 700,000 sq. ft. warehouse complex. The system features:
Patrick Lim, Chairman and CEO of Secured Digital commented, "China has become the world's largest market for RFID by value in 2008. It has presented SDGL excellent opportunities to demonstrate its RFID enabled applications capabilities in the transportation, security access, manufacturing and supply chain sectors."
About Secured Digital Applications, Inc.:
Secured Digital Applications, Inc. is a provider of mobile communication, outsourced business and information technology consulting services. The Company's business is organized under two divisions. The first division is involved in multimedia production, information technology, computing consulting and business process outsourcing services; and sale of smarthome and biometric security solutions. The second division is focused on Bluetooth, Global Positioning System and Radio Frequency Identification enabled applications. The Company's media production includes content for television, the Internet and multimedia presentations. The target market for the Company's products and services include customers from the United States, Asia and Australia. For more information, please visit www.digitalapps.net, www.eystar.com and www.sdawmedia.com. Information on our websites does not comprise a part of the press release.
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