OneCard Solutions research and development unit is dedicated to providing innovative products and solutions for our customers. The primary objective of the research and development unit is to create a centre of excellence in research, innovation, design and training in a wide field that includes: card technology, campus solutions, standardisation and interoperability of card systems.

The research and development unit has a highly skilled team of researchers and engineers with many years of experience in card technology. This team will assist in enabling our customer’s vision to become a successful reality. Our goal is to strive for best practice and establish successful processes and systems that are future proofed, so that our customers can build and grow their system.

We strongly believe that a campus card or any card system cannot be bought off a shelf. They need to be custom built to meet the needs of each customer. With our strong commitment and investment in R&D, OneCard Solutions will continue to develop its programme to provide new and related solutions that will drive the creation and implementation of new business opportunities through the use of card technology.


Consulting is one of the key services provided by OneCard Solutions. The knowledge, skills and methods used will facilitate proper planning for both the development and implementation of a campus smart card solution. Successful card systems are designed to meet the unique needs of the customers and not just a generic one-size-fits-all-product. The OneCard Solution team will assist you from the initial planning to the “Go Live” days of the process – either integrating with or changing existing systems.

We have proven experience in providing consultation in card technologies and system integration with major business and service providers including: Universities, Colleges, Hospitals, Libraries and Sports Stadiums amongst others. Our aim is to strive for best practice and establish successful processes that are future proofed, so that our customers achieve maximum benefit from their systems.