Visitor Pass Solutions introduces new full-color expiring badges

August 31, 2011 — Farmington, CT — Now visitor management systems can combine the professional appearance of full-color plastic visitor badges with the added security of time-expiring badges.

New Full-Color Expiring Badges have been added to the Visitor Pass Solutions product line. Developed by Data Management Inc. of Farmington, CT, these self-adhesive labels can be used by organizations to print visitor badges in full color, including color photos and color coding (to help control access to different parts of a facility).

"This latest innovation has three main advantages," says DMI’s Vice President of Product Development, Richard Reed. "One, it allows users who are already printing self-adhesive badges in black and white to now print them in color. Two, for users who are considering plastic badges because of their professional appearance, it gives them a comparable-looking alternative that can be more efficient and economical. And, three, for anyone who already has invested in a color inkjet or laser printer, here’s a way to get more use out of it."

Find out more about DMI’s new Full-Color Expiring Badges at the company’s Visitor Pass Solutions booth (#2869) at ASIS 2011 in Orlando, FL, Sept. 19-21. Mr. Reed will be available to answer questions, as will sales representatives Deborah Miller and Karina Carrier Smith.

Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, is a privately-owned manufacturer of proprietary printed products. Founded in 1961 — and now celebrating its 50th year — DMI’s self-duplicating and self-expiring visitor badges help users save time and money while keeping better records and protecting employees and guests. For additional information, visit or call 800-243-1969.