Visitor management systems can now print self-expiring visitor badges on colour inkjet printers, thanks to a new product that Data Management has added to its line of Visitor Pass Solutions.
Self-expiring visitor badges, which change colour overnight so they can’t be reused, have long been available for direct thermal printers. But these print only in black and white, including visitors’ photographs.
“Now users of visitor management systems can benefit from both the added security of expiring badges, as well as the improvement in quality afforded by full-colour inkjet printers,” says Noel Turner, Data Management’s VP of Sales.
In addition to having more identifiable photographs, badges printed on ink-jet printers can be beautifully customized with a facility’s logo and colour-coded for better access control, according to Data Management’s VP of Product Development, Richard Reed. “The professional appearance that people are used to seeing on permanent employee ID cards can now be replicated on our self-adhesive visitor labels,” he says.
Find out more about Data Management’s new Self-Expiring Badges for Inkjet Printers at the company’s Visitor Pass Solutions booth (#207) at ASIS International’s 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits September 10-12, 2012, in Philadelphia, PA.