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Are your visitor badges compatible with ...?

by Andrew Jones

visitor management software, visitor badges

One of the most frequently asked questions we get asked has to do with the compatibility of our visitor badges. That is, visitor badges on rolls for use in a label printer, like a DYMO.

Organizations who already have a visitor management system are drawn to our unique expiring visitor badges. These change color overnight to prevent reuse. This adds an extra layer of security to an already effective crime deterrent.

At trade shows people see our sample rolls spitting out badges from a Zebra printer and they say, “yeah, but I use a Brother printer.”

Or they look at our “eVisitor” software program and wonder if they have to switch to it to enjoy the benefits of our expiring badges.

In both cases, we have you covered.

Our expiring badges work with the following printers:

The first three are black-and-white direct-thermal printers, while the second two are inkjet color printers. See our complete compatibility chart.

Moreover, our expiring badges work with the following visitor management systems:

  • Easy Lobby
  • Envoy 
  • eVisitor 
  • FastPass
  • iLobby 
  • iVisitor
  • LobbyGuard 
  • Lobby Track 
  • PassagePoint 
  • Raptor 
  • Traction Guest 
  • Vendormate
  • WhosOnLocation

If your printer or software isn’t listed above, or you just want to make sure, ask us for a free sample roll to try on your own. Most likely it will work fine.

The best part? You get to see for yourself how our expiring badges work. Fold the tab over and wait a day. Show your colleagues. The bright “VOID” that appears is a foolproof way of telling which of your visitors hasn’t signed in today. That’s what we like to call “security you can see.” (Watch this 15-second video.)

Request your free samples today! ›

Posted on 10/16/2019


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