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Evolis, Viscount partner on visitor management

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Evolis has partnered with Viscount Systems Inc. to introduce Hello Visitors a visitor management solution based on rewritable cards.

To meet different requirements in welcoming and managing visitors, Evolis and Viscount Systems Inc. developed Hello Visitors solution. This solution is made up of the Facility Friends software, published by Viscount Systems Inc., an Evolis Tattoo-RW rewritable card printer, rewritable cards and badge-holders.


Facility Friends is software that enables analysis of visitor streams. An intuitive dashboard makes it possible to list visitor identities, state how many visits are underway, notify delays, manage unwelcome visitors and generate an evacuation report listing visitors present on site. The software also enables a database of visitor contacts to be quickly drawn up through the use of forms.

The Evolis Tattoo-RW rewritable card printer supplied with this software provides an efficient response to any problems relating to visitor and employee streams. Tattoo-RW was designed to wipe and print new data onto a single badge up to 500 times.

Hello Visitors is packaged with card template software, which enables anyone to personalize badges simply by adding text, a logo, and an image or photo. [end] 

Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia has chosen Argus Global’s iTrak incident reporting and risk management solution.

The iTrak installation at Macquarie marks the first post-secondary school in Australia to use the system, but the solution is already being used at several universities in the United States. Argus and partner iView Systems been working hard to expand iTrak’s reach into the Australian market, and has already seen installations in Massey, O’Tago, Canterbury and Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.

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Rutherford County Schools, Murfreesboro, Tenn., have rolled out the Raptor Visitor Management System that scans visitors’ driver license and compares it to a national database before entering school grounds, according to dnj.com.

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Shuttle Computer Group and ScholarChip have partnered to create a new kiosk that can help school administrators to monitor student and staff attendance.

ScholarChip’s Safety and Operations System will now leverage Shuttle’s X50 all-in-one computer, and together with ScholarChip’s software and accessories, has created a portable, multi-purpose kiosk that captures attendance at a rate more than 40 students per minute.

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Card printer manufacturer Evolis will be bundling cardPresso issuance software with three of its printer models. The Portugal-based company cardPresso manufacturers its namesake software and specializes in card personalization solutions.

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