Support for IDpack 9 ended

After 20 years, IDpack 9 for Windows came to an end on December 20, 2019. Consequently, we no longer provide updates or technical support for IDpack 9, as we moved to a more modern photo ID card system.

IDpack 9 has been replace with IDpack in the Cloud, the best SaaS solution for designing, managing and printing plastic ID cards online.

Access your ID cards anywhere and at any time, from any modern web browser, using our cloud-based solution. IDC supports 73 ID card printers and will give you the best printing quality on the market.

How to import records from IDpack 9

Let's take a step back all the way to March 1999, during the Quebec Winter Games ("Jeux du Québec, 34e Finale") in Trois-Rivières, who were IDpack's first customer. This was a memorable time as 11,045 badges had been printed throughout the course of the event.

How to import records from IDpack 9 for Windows onto IDpack in the Cloud

This event marked the start of a great adventure, our company's launch. Since then, we have produced millions of cards for hundreds of large events such as: Formula 1, Obama's visit to Ottawa, OutGames, FINA, World Police and Fire Games, the Queen's visit to Canada, World Energy Congress, and many more. At the start of the year 2000, IDpack, as a product, had been sold in 29 countries, and even today, more than 15,000 computers are running IDpack 9.

Although, it was time for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources towards supporting more recent technologies, so that we could continue to deliver greater and newer experiences to you.

Import records from IDpack 9 to IDpack in the Cloud

The best way to migrate from IDpack 9 to IDpack in the Cloud ("IDC") is to buy a subscription and import your records onto IDC. To make sure the transition runs smoothly, we have put together a complete guide with 34 screenshots and 20 pages containing all the steps required to import your setup and records onto IDpack in the Cloud.

The IDpack in the Cloud interface is very similar to IDpack 9 for Windows. The Designer and Producer are still there, in fact, in Designer, the different setups are still in tabs and in Producer, there is still a badge list, a badge information and a print preview. If you are already familiar with IDpack 9, you will not have a problem moving around in IDC.

Now is the time to shift to IDpack in the Cloud!

IDpack in the Cloud is a SaaS Application (Software as a Service) in the Cloud. We help organizations control their security requirements with access control cards, membership cards, price tags, convention badges, student ID cards, event passes, and other types of ID cards. IDpack in the Cloud supports all card printers like Evolis, HID Fargo, Zebra and Magicard.

IDpack 9 activation key should work until Microsoft/our Partners (hardware) stop supporting the technology. Without any IDpack 9 security updates, your PC may become vulnerable to harmful viruses, spyware, or other malicious softwares which could steal or damage your business data and information. Do not wait until it’s too late.

For more information, please visit IDpack in the Cloud website.