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Everything you need to start an ID card program in one box. Your photo ID is a multi-functional document that identifies you. A photo ID is required for building access, banking functions, driving a car and even picking up a package.
Safety is everyone's priority - Not just building and grounds safety, but personal safety. Know who is roaming your halls and corridors and manage building or room access with a single card.
Think about how often you are required to show physical identification everyday - drive a car, get into a building or pick up a package from a delivery service. Not having the proper photo ID can prevent you from doing many things.
Paper ID cards have their advantages, especially in cost, but did you know that using a plastic ID card saves time AND money in the long run?
Today's electronic commerce climate demands more security, since 1 in 20 Americans is at risk for identity theft. Identity authentication is a regular part of our daily lives.
Card Printers and Complete Systems
Depending on your badge needs, we have the system for you. Powered by our exclusive ID Maker software, our systems are high-quality and intuitive.
To find the right printer for your needs, follow our seven-question guide and complete the recommended action items.
If you're considering an ID card system, it's important to weigh your options. You want to make sure you're getting exactly what you need, not equipment you won't use.
Buying in bulk saves money. The same is true when you buy ID card supplies and accessories. IDville offers several of our most popular products in convenient bundles.
ID systems are not just for ID creation. Applications for the small business owner to a large retail outlet exist to implement rewards programs and ease of doing business.
ID Card Design
ID cards can play a pivotal role in an organization's security plan, and creating the right card is imperative to achieving security goals. By considering the following ten ID card components, organizations can create the ID card that meets their needs.
Some organizations are opting for a simpler way to get everything they need by purchasing an all-in-one software suite, but looks can be deceiving. Advancements in internet technology and the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) delivery model have made all-in-one applications unnecessary.
Just as you would upgrade to a meal deal, add services to your cell phone, or change your ticket to first-class, you can do the same for your ID card system. Either during or after your purchase, you may find you need additional equipment or software as your ID needs change.
Student ID cards can streamlines school processes and create a safer environment for students, staff, teachers and parents.
Healthcare professionals perform a balancing act everyday. More demands on their time, more hats to wear, and they are more often doing it all for less.
Learn how one organization implemented an employee ID card system to cut down on costs and improve building security.
ID Card Accessories
Just like grabbing your keys is second-nature as you walk out the door, so should grabbing your ID badge. You may use it for identification, to punch in or out, to open a door, or all three. If you don't have it, you have a problem.
If you're considering an ID card system, it's important to weigh your options. You want to make sure you're getting what you need, not expensive, unnecessary equipment you won't use.
Of of all the lanyard options available, the breakaway lanyard release is one of the most important.
Here at IDville we offer recycled accessories you can feel good about. Outfit your staff or classroom with 100% post-consumer recycled lanyards and biodegradable badge holders.
Conducting a regular workplace security audit will keep your security policies up to date and your employees safe. Use our ten steps as a guide for your workplace security audit.