When it comes to deciding on your perfect ID system, it always helps to know what
other people are doing. Read through these case studies and as always, if you have
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City of Mt. Pleasant
Located in the central part of Michigan, the City of Mt. Pleasant is home to 25,946
residents. Central Michigan University and the popular Soaring Eagle Resort and
Casino, both located in Mt. Pleasant, can bring in quite the crowd, causing the
population to swell 2-3 times its official residential count. Mt. Pleasant is a
friendly community and through all of its growth it remains very important to them
to maintain a small-town feel.
Since the 1930s the three merger partners that today comprise Allied Beverage Group
L.L.C. have been the leading distributors of wine and liquor in the state of New
Jersey. Allied Beverage Group today ranks among the top 10 largest distributors
in the United States. With 800 employees, Allied Beverage Group was looking to improve
its out-dated security and identification system when they came to IDville.
Joliet Public School District 86 is located in Joliet, Illinois and serves over
10,000 students in the areas just outside of Chicago. Before Troy Whalen, Assistant
Superintendent of Business for Joliet Public Schools, came to IDville the schools
were not using any method of identification on any level of education. District
86 includes schools up until the junior high level. In 2002, when Whalen was looking
to implement an ID system in their junior highs, he came to IDville.
Cameo Studios is a family-owned and operated photography studio located in Scottsdale,
Arizona. They have been in business for over 15 years and specialize in all types
of photography - from senior and school pictures to weddings and special events.
In 2004 they decided they needed to find a way to reach all local schools in order
to promote their business and what they came up with has completely exploded their
Located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Iron County Medical Care Facility (ICMCF)
is a 200-bed skilled and basic care long-term living facility. It has been operating
for over 30 years and currently acts as the largest and most comprehensive long-term
care facility in the U.P. With 300 employees ICMCF serves between 250 and 300 residents
within a year. We talked a little bit with Stacy Donati, Director of Security for
ICMCF about why she came to IDville.
Northeast Middle School (NEMS) in Clarksville, Tennessee is part of the Clarksville-Montgomery
County School System which serves over 26,000 students and employs about 3,000 teachers,
administration and support staff. Each year NEMS prints around 1,600 IDs for its
students, staff and visitors alone. Since 2000, NEMS has been coming to IDville
to meet all of its identification needs.
Quiksilver, Inc. is a sportswear apparel company that designs, produces and distributes
clothing, surf, skate and snow equipment for young-minded people. Started by Alan
Green and John Law in 1970, Quiksilver quickly became a phenomenon and is now sold
all over the world. Currently employing approximately 3,500 people, the business
continues to be run on its original principals of word-of-mouth, quality and unbelievable
St. Mark's Medical Center is a brand new 65-bed, 93,000 square foot hospital serving
the residents of Fayette and Lee counties in central Texas. This state-of-the-art
facility is an expansion of Fayette Memorial Hospital, which has been serving the
community for over 80 years, upholding a mark of quality healthcare coupled with
compassion and professionalism.
Wilmington College is a private, graduate and undergraduate college in New Castle,
Delaware. In 1968, the college opened its doors to a charter class of 194 students,
since that time it has grown to serve a student body of over 10,000 at six locations.
With a growing student body and a need to keep up with the changing technological
trends, Wilmington needed a new identification system.
California's Shasta County is home to over 180,000 residents and is growing quickly.
With a 10% growth rate over the past 5 years, it was important that their Sheriff's
Department make advances within their photo ID methods. Having 260 employees and
volunteers on staff, it was critical for the department to make the shift into higher-quality,
safer identification methods.