Durango’s M10TEK helps identify counterfeit products

Durango’s M10TEK helps identify counterfeit products

Fake products cost companies $900 billion annually
Jim Rosenberger, seen here with his wife, Daryn, in 2018, said his firm, M10TEK, headquartered in Durango, is developing promising software analytics that identifies counterfeit products. The Army has used the product to ensure its products are authentic and haven’t been tampered with.
Jim Rosenberger, president and managing director of M10TEK, and his wife, Daryn, right, work with employee Megan Ellis. M10TEK has three patents it uses in a software product that helps companies prevent counterfeiting of their goods.

Durango’s M10TEK helps identify counterfeit products

Jim Rosenberger, seen here with his wife, Daryn, in 2018, said his firm, M10TEK, headquartered in Durango, is developing promising software analytics that identifies counterfeit products. The Army has used the product to ensure its products are authentic and haven’t been tampered with.
Jim Rosenberger, president and managing director of M10TEK, and his wife, Daryn, right, work with employee Megan Ellis. M10TEK has three patents it uses in a software product that helps companies prevent counterfeiting of their goods.
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