As I visit many of the biggest offices around the world, I wonder “wow” what a nice office. And almost immediately that wow is replaced with angst as I get ready to go through the elaborate, unwelcome and quite frankly unnecessary sign-in process. Of course, my details will have to be captured and my movement […]
Imagine a visitor walking in, and instead of writing on a piece of paper, types into a computer terminal (a touch enabled tablet will do no harm). The system then prints a paper pass, sends an Email and SMS notification to the host, keeps a record of the building passes issued and monitors the check-in and check-out times of the visitors. The security manager can pull out reports at will. Wouldn’t this be cool?
Are you still using pen and paper log books to sign in Visitors? Do you see a serpentine queue for your Visitors to sign in? Do you need a call from your Receptionist to inform you of your Visitors? Do you spend hours searching your paper logs to audit your Visitor entries and exits.