Visitor Pass Solutions Introduces New Brand: "One Day Time-Expiring Visitor Badges"
by Andrew Jones
Visitor Pass Solutions, a division of Data Management, Inc., has developed a new brand for its industry-leading temporary badge product line. "One Day™ Time-Expiring Visitor Badges" bolster security protocols and simplify visitor management at schools, healthcare facilities, corporate campuses, and more.
One Day Time-Expiring Visitor Badges are "valid today and void tomorrow," changing color overnight to display a "VOID" that prevents reuse the next day. As a result, the time-expiring visitor badges do not need to be collected at the end of a visit, saving staff time and improving visitor experience. The "One Day" name reflects the existing product line’s patented time-expiring technology.
"The One Day brand highlights the fact that these badges are good for only one day," said Data Management, Inc. CEO Dan Hincks. "These badges already improve safety protocols for thousands of organizations worldwide. One Day color-changing badges are available in sign-in books, as well as rolls for use with direct thermal printers and color inkjet printers. This makes them easy to use and standardize across your organization."
VALID today … VOID tomorrow!
In schools, One Day badges support better management of parents, volunteers, and others. At healthcare facilities, One Day is a resource for better management of patient visitors and vendors. In business settings, One Day badges may be implemented company-wide at corporate headquarters, branch offices, warehouses, and factories.
(This press release announcing a new brand name for our expiring visitor badges was released to the media earlier this week. Click here for a FREE pass to the exhibition hall at ASIS 2017.)
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Posted on 9/13/2017