Webinar Covers ID Card Best Practices

Schools, colleges and universities are increasingly measured by their ability to protect their students, staff and resources while maximizing efficiencies and trimming costs. Despite this, only 18% of colleges and universities believe they are effectively managing their access control systems. At the same time, more than 80% of students say that campus safety is a somewhat or very important factor in college selection.

Fortunately, properly managing identification cards can address many security challenges and student registration efficiency issues. Join Campus Safety magazine and the Zebra Technologies panel on Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. (Pacific)/2 p.m. (Eastern) for an informative webinar on how your organization can quickly register students and improve campus access control.

Register for the presentation.

Annika Matas, Zebra’s senior product manager for higher education, and Janson Gaworecki, Zebra’s business development manager, will provide real university examples and as well as best practices on:

  • How to optimize your card issuance process and provide unprecedented efficiencies during student registration
  • How to create secure student ID cards for access control, attendance tracking and cashless payments
  • How to reduce printer total cost of ownership by 20% with higher capacity print ribbons and waste free over lamination

Register now.


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