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.
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.
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.