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5 million so far gain access with RAPIDGate

EID Passport : 25 September, 2009  (New Product)
Government and military access management system from EID Passport reaches milestone with 5 million ingresses having been reached through its installations
The RAPIDGate Program, an identity and access management program developed by Portland based Eid Passport, has recently recorded five million ingresses. The program improves security by pre-screening and streamlining access for the thousands of vendors, suppliers, service providers, contractors and subcontractors who routinely access secure installation and facilities.

After implementing the RAPIDGate Program at their first military installation, Fort Lewis, Washington in 2004, the program is now at more than 25 locations in the continental United States and Hawaii.

"We are proud to record our five millionth ingress," said Steve Larson, Founder and CEO of Eid Passport. "It speaks to the wide market acceptance of our program and demonstrates its use daily by thousands of participants to securely and efficiently gain access to military installations and Government facilities."

The program not only provides an integral layer of protection for secure facilities; it also streamlines access saving valuable time for the more than 65,000 vendors, contractors, subcontractors and service providers who participate in the program.

"It has saved me two to three hours of wait time compared to when I had to stand in line at the Contractors Gate. That's money I'm saving," said Raymond Dezik from 400 HZ Repair. "At Fort Bliss, I used to have to wait hours just to get a badge, now it's only a few minutes to enter the facility, if any."

Many companies are so pleased with the RAPIDGate Program that they are eager to see more installations implement the program. "The RAPIDGate Program is fantastic. It makes our working time more efficient," said Anabella Perez from E & C Insulation. "Having the badges has saved the company money and time. I would definitely recommend this program to all contractors. As a matter of fact, we're waiting for more bases to install the program."
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