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New Kiosk Speeds Up Visitor Sign-In

by Andrew Jones

eVisitorPass Stand-Up Kiosk

Great news! We have launched a time-saving Kiosk version of our simple-to-use visitor management software, eVisitorPass.

The touchscreen application enables visitors to check themselves into an organization’s building and then pick up their badges from an administrator at the front desk.

“This new solution provides fast and accurate self-registration,” says VPS President Brian Gallagher. “The driver’s license reader captures the visitor’s name and photo automatically. And, if they don’t have a license, visitors just type their name and take a photo. The kiosk then sends the information to a printer, where a staff member issues the badge.”

The eVisitorPass Kiosk comes in two models: Floor-Standing (above) and Tabletop. Both versions include a one-year software subscription, a driver’s license reader, a Zebra® direct thermal printer, and a supply of “one day” expiring visitor badges, which change color overnight to show they are void and can’t be reused.

eVisitorPass Tabletop Kiosk
Tabletop model

“I love the cost-effectiveness of our Kiosks,” says CEO Dan Hincks. “In addition to easing congestion in your lobby, they make your labor force more efficient by reducing the staffing costs for guards and attendants. That’s a win-win!”

For more information about the product, click here.


We introduced our Kiosks at September’s Global Security Exchange, one of the largest security shows in the world, in Las Vegas.

Posted on 10/24/2018

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