Why is Customization an Important Feature in Visitor Management Systems?

on May 16, 2019 by Sara Markle in
It has become more and more vital for organizations to invest in some form of Visitor Management System to keep their premises secure.

Client-Server or Web-Based Visitor Management System ~ Which is better for your organization?

on May 8, 2019 by Sara Markle in
Choosing the right Visitor Management System (VMS) for your organization and specific workflow can be difficult and time consuming.

Is Your School Protected from Sex Offenders?

on November 3, 2017 by Karen in School, Visitor Management, PassagePoint, Sex Offender Registry
Recently I accompanied a friend when she was picking her daughter up from school.   Working with visitor management since 2002, I was very excited to see what the school was doing for visitor management. I knew that with a little investment, the school could know who was coming, who was allowed to pick up students, and screen against unwanted visitors, including known sex offenders. 

STOPware Assists a Community in Need from Hurricane Harvey’s Impact in Houston, TX

on October 16, 2017 by Karen in STOPware, Hurricane Harvey Relief
Hurricane Harvey formed on August 17th, 2017, and dissipated on September 3, 2017.   On August 25th, Harvey made landfall in Texas. Harvey devastated the area from Houston into Louisiana. In a four-day period, many areas received more than 40 inches (100 cm) of rain as the system stalled over eastern Texas, causing catastrophic flooding. The resulting floods inundated hundreds of thousands of homes, displaced more than 30,000 people, and prompted more than 17,000 rescues.  

ASIS 2017 Picture Roundup

We are back from ASIS 2017 in Dallas, Texas and almost recovered! We wanted to share our week and what better way to do it - with pictures.  What's that old saying?  A picture is worth a thousand words?  Well, here you go.   1) We showed customers all the great new features we've added to PassagePoint and introduced the product to many great new companies.

Exhibiting at ASIS 2017 - Dallas, TX for the 20th Time

on September 21, 2017 by Karen in PassagePoint, STOPware, Visitor Management, ASIS, Security Industry
We are off to ASIS in Dallas.  This will be our 20th year attending ASIS!  We remain one of the few visitor management companies to display at ASIS. The ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibition is one of the world’s premiere events for security professionals and industry leaders, allowing those in the security industry to make connections, present new products and services, and provide education on the latest security trends and opportunities. ASIS attendees connect with security peers to enhance security solutions and opportunities across the industry.

PassagePoint Global Release Update - October 2016

on October 7, 2016 by debbie in PassagePoint Global, PassagePoint EDU
PassagePoint Global & EDU Release 6365 PassagePoint Product Release Announcement  

PassagePoint Global Release Update - February 2016

on February 11, 2016 by debbie in PassagePoint Global, PassagePoint EDU
New PassagePoint Global & EDU Upgrade Released Delivering Smarter Functionality for Visitor Registration & Tools to Maintain Data Integrity

5 Benefits of a Visitor Management System

on June 6, 2014 by debbie in Visitor Management, building security, Access Control
Visitor management refers to tracking the usage of a public building or site by vistiors/non-employees. By gathering increasing amounts of information, a Visitor Management System (VMS) can record the usage of your facility by specific visitors and provide documentation of visitor’s whereabouts.  

What is HL-7 & what does it have to do with Visitor Management?

on March 19, 2014 by debbie in HL7, Hospital Security, Visitor Management
HL-7 is a healthcare standard for patient information in a hospital. This system is referred to as an ADT (Admission/Discharge/Transfer) system. All patient information is kept in this database, including real-time patient location - building, floor, room # and bed # within the hospital. Now, what does this have to do with Visitor Management?