This story started with me in 1996 when I had my first contact with the ID card market, where my challenge as a programmer was to make the WinCard software print with a modular prototype developed by Privilege, that prototype became the P600, one of the fastest modular card printers on the market at that time.
Since then, the ID Card market has grown and changed, I have followed its transformations and I have grown and evolved with it, but always with the same rules, using the tools and technologies that allow the development of state of the art software for this market.
Twenty years later new challenges arrived with the new cloud and IoT eras, Karditor software was developed from scratch using the latest technologies in order to be able to respond to global connection challenges.
At Karditor, we have created conditions for our software to grow globally, always taking into account that we have to do it safely.
We are born in the cloud.
At Karditor, people are more important than technology, Karditor is a small team where the experience and maturity brought by the age, meets the freshness and irreverence of the youth.
Karditor is a company made from people to people, made by us with you in mind, never forgetting that what is really important in the software is the user experience.
Karditor’s Position in the Market
We believe that this market is still a proximity market where the end user always wins from the support given by the nearest distributor, for that reason we do not sell and we will never sell to end users.
We are an independent company that develops software for all brands of hardware, we do not give preference now and we will not give it in the future to any hardware manufacturer.
We want to contribute to a more competitive ID Card software market with more offers, where there is a place for everyone with free and healthy competition.
If you are a distributor and have not yet been contacted by us, contact us and we will be happy to let you know more about our differences and our line of products and services.