How do you use yours?

ID cards can be used across multiple applications to improve efficiency and productivity, and most importantly, to protect and secure your organisation – whether Corporate, Government, Education, Healthcare, Transport and more.

As a form of ID, they have a lot going for them:

  • They’re portable – you can carry them in your pocket, or on a lanyard
  • They’re efficient – with one glance you can identify if the holder is who they say there are
  • They can be issued quickly – individually-tailored and programmed cards can be printed in just a few seconds
  • They are secure – depending on how you’re using the card, you can apply different levels of security given the right tools

 


How do you want to use yours?

Firstly, in what circumstances would you need to prove you are who you say you are? There are a number of scenarios:

Visual identity – you are who you purport to be

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Physical access – you have the right to be where you are

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Data storage – keep confidential records and reports in one place for an individual

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Logical access – you have the right to access particular -sometimes sensitive – information held digitally

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Time and attendance – you want to improve productivity and security by tracking staff /pupil movements

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Payments – you want to allow people to buy goods and services electronically

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Loyalty and membership – you want to grant access to particular facilities, rewards and benefits

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Self-serve kiosks are becoming a common sight in businesses, in hospitality, at events and at universities around the world, providing a safer, easier way of printing ID cards for staff, visitors, and students. On-demand service is increasingly expected and limiting human intervention improves efficiencies.

See also: Kiosk self service solution

 

Find out what to consider when choosing your ID card printer