Transforming the visitor experience
Databac self check-in kiosks with cloud access can help you manage the flow of visitors in your building.
Any visitor to your facilities takes a journey into your company’s world. Visitor management has evolved way beyond signing-in books, to embrace the latest cloud technology, coupled with sleek kiosks that eliminate queues, enhance security and create the right impression.
Take it to the cloud
The right cloud-based visitor system allows your staff to make appointments anywhere, any time, with no worries about integration. Invites can be sent, and credentials issued, using standard office systems. Staff and visitors alike work with familiar programs for total ease of use. All preliminary security and health & safety checks can be carried out before arrival to save time. What’s more, digital visitor passes can be stored on mobile phones, for the whole visit or until a visitor pass is collected on site, either as a printed pass, self-expiring visitor label or access card.
SaaS (Software as a Service) systems mean up-to-date security, scalability and no maintenance. And if an emergency happens (and they do happen sometimes), you have an instant view of who is in the building, with no dependence on on-site servers or physical visitor logs.
Software such as this can provide detailed analytics for visitor and workflow management – ideal for multi-tenanted buildings. Knowing peak visiting times allows you to ensure you have the staff on hand to manage visitor numbers.
Speed up the check-in process
On arrival, guests can show a QR code on their phone at reception or self-register on a kiosk. Combining cloud-based visitor systems with kiosks further enriches the journey. Whether free-standing or desk-mounted, these easy-to-use devices speed up check-in and free up staff. Contact-free operation ensures hygienic usage for greater physical protection. And being completely customisable, they can be configured to reflect your processes and your branding.
Your ID solutions partner can help you take visitor control beyond the transactional, to create an experience that helps build relationships with your stakeholders.