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Badges with EXPIRING technology work with popular visitor management software systems and printers

by Andrew Jones

   Visitor Badges with Expiring Technology

Organizations that use expiring visitor badges give their sign-in process an extra layer of security.

That’s because, with “expiring technology,” these badges change color overnight. They may be valid today, but they become void tomorrow. This means these badges can’t be reused, so visitors have to sign in every time they enter your building.

You can have the same expiring technology protecting your organization, with “self-voiding” visitor badges that fit your existing software program and printer.

These unique visitor badges are compatible with many visitor software systems, as well as the most popular printers. The badges are perfect for both direct thermal printers (for black-and-white badges) and inkjet printers (for full-color badges).

Here is a list of compatible visitor management software systems and printers:

Visitor Management Software Systems:

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


So, if you want extra security and aren’t ready to replace your current visitor management system, upgrade to expiring visitor badges. They really give you security you can see.

Request free samples of Expiring Visitor Badges

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Posted on 7/15/2021