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.
The American Medical Certification Association (AMCA) took their certification cards from “meh” to “wow” by investing in an ID card system. In this case study, you’ll see their unique challenges, as well as the unique solutions IDville offered to help them save $2,500 per month, increase their brand awareness, and better accomplish their mission.
Learn how the Mill Creek Fire Department in Wilmington, Delaware, made the industry’s most secure yet accessible accountability tags and saved $25,000 in two years. With the right ID system for their needs, they transformed the way first responders and hospitals access crucial information when they need it most.
“I needed to find a way to create longer-lasting, higher-quality IDs for our employees.” The City of Mt. Pleasant employs around 170 employees, so Pomeroy needed something that would be easy, quick, and affordable.
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.
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. 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. 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 clientele!
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.
Todd Dickson, Quiksilver's director of building security, came to IDville in search of an up-to-date photo ID system that was "user-friendly and that did not break down every other day!" (We could guarantee that!) He needed a system that would allow him to create different types of badges with a single system.
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.