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VeriScan Online: Tags

This week, we are going to jump back a few weeks to highlight a user feature of VeriScan Online that will help you improve how you and your employees interact with customers.

As most of you know, VeriScan Online has a “Tags,” section. Tags can be used in multiple ways but we will discuss two of them as well as their latest capabilities.

Here is what you will learn:

  • Use a tag to make a particular comment about a customer
  • Have the tag serve as a destination reference
  • Multiple tags per customer

Improving Customer Interaction:

  • Let the tag make a statement about your customer: If a customer has a particular habit, let this be reflected in the tag. For example, if a customer is fond of a particular server, have the tag denote this. They will appreciate the fact you remembered their preferences.
  • Let the tag act as a destination: Let your customer know that you are on your game. If you have a customer that is scheduled to visit a particular location at your establishment, tag them with that location name. Not only does this show personalization, it demonstrates streamlined operations.
  • Multiple tags per customer: We recently added the component of  having multiple tags per visitor. This will help you operate even more efficiently as you are no longer limited to using a tag as a comment or as a destination. This combination will help you and your business operate at its highest capacity.

 

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A business that knows its customers:

Now that you know how to use tags, go out and impress your customers!

 

 


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IDScan.net Is Honored as Part of the NOLA100 at Entrepalooza

To qualify for the NOLA100, the company must meet the following requirements:

  • Launched during or after 1999
  • Have surpassed $1 million in revenue; with 50% outside of Louisiana
  • Are located in the greater New Orleans region (and met the above revenue requirement while in NOLA)

The NOLA100 honored 29 companies. According to the creators of the group, the goal is for the 100th company to be inaugurated by 2018. New members will continue to be honored at Entrepalooza held each year in August.

IDScan.net is pleased to announce that they were one of the 29 companies recognized. IDScan.net CEO, Denis Petrov, states, “It is truly an honor to be recognized alongside such outstanding entrepreneurs in New Orleans.The IDScan.net Team is proud to be part of such an amazing movement.”

Some of the other companies honored at the event included Matt Wisdom of TurboSquid, Patrick Comer of Lucid (Federated Sample) and Chris Schultz of Launch Pad. Wisdom states, “The entrepreneurial movement is well on its way to becoming a significant part of the GDP of New Orleans. It’s time to recognize these entrepreneurs, their companies, and the impact they are having in diversifying our economy.”

To learn more about the Idea Village and the NOLA100, please click here.

About IDscan.net
IDscan.net is the industry leader in ID scanning technology and development of ID scanning software solutions for many of the top companies in the US and Canada. IDscan.net provides a full spectrum of solutions for fraud prevention, access control, automatic data capture, age verification and visitor management. Its innovative history includes being first to market with their iOS and mobile solutions for scanning ID’s. Products offered include a full suite of mobile, tablet, and desktop solutions that are used in a variety of industries, including: casinos, hospitality, retail, financial, grocery, marketing, automotive, security, technology, government and law enforcement sectors. For more news and information on IDscan.net, please visit https://idscan.net.

Will Digital Driver’s Licenses Become the New Plastic?

Digital Driver’s Licenses are On the Rise:

In the era of the digital age, driver’s licenses are no exception to the impact technology has on our lives. Rather than toting a plastic card, drivers will be able to pull up their license on their phone. Millions of Americans store credit cards on their phones, so why not their driver’s license?

 

MorphoTrust, the company spearheading this digitization of licenses is forcing states to re-examine their policies so they can accomodate digital driver’s licenses in the future. According to News 6 in Orlando, in 2014 Florida was required to develop a system for issuing driver’s licenses and for “providing criminal penalties for manufacturing or possessing a false digital proof of driver license.”

 

The above statement opens up many other questions: how will the licenses be stored, how will they be validated, will all states accept them, will we still have physical driver’s licenses just in case? Not all of these questions can be answered, but that isn’t to say they aren’t be considered. Florida isn’t the only state that is planning to integrate digital licenses and the necessary measures to utilize them safely and effectively.

 

Jenny Openshaw, the VP of State and Local Sales for MorphoTrust said, drivers will simply download an app which will store their license. She then stated, “You could verify yourself one of several ways either using a pin or possibly using a selfie.” Who knew, selfies were more than just an act of whimsical vanity?

 

In addition to this there are a plethora of security features which the app will have. One is referred to as the “Harry Potter feature.” Openshaw says, “This shows the picture of the driver’s head rotating back and forth to indicate that their is a live connection and that the license is valid.”

 

 

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Next Steps:

Iowa has already started pilot testing and other states are developing laws similar to those Florida is creating. Until this plan is official in all 50 states, I would hold on to your license but be prepared for what is to come sooner rather than later. For more information on digital licenses, click here.

 

To learn more about ID scanning, please click here.

 

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