PassagePoint Global v10, the company's latest and most comprehensive enterprise-level visitor management solution
Las Vegas, NV (September 24, 2007) - STOPware, Inc., the industry leader in visitor management solutions, introduces PassagePoint Global v10, the company's latest and most comprehensive enterprise-level visitor management solution. The new software delivers a highly utilitarian and unique feature set that allows enterprise clients to leverage the use of several related security and operational technologies.
"To effectively function on the enterprise level, security products and technologies add value only if they can be seamlessly integrated to provide a comprehensive and robust solution," said Paul Terschuren, VP Sales and Marketing, STOPware. "Our new PassagePoint Global v10 delivers the features and interoperability required for centralized control over large integrated systems."
Extensive customization, integration and configuration capabilities in PassagePoint Global v10 make it easy to implement a visitor management solution either globally or locally, including the ability to control operations from a centralized location, customize screens and lists, and implement the solution in English, French, German, Japanese or Spanish out of the box. PassagePoint Global v10 also offers integration with IT infrastructure to link to any ODBC or LDAP directory systems, as well as the capability to create a directory of hosts, an active directory or even a single sign on. To make the pre-registration process even more streamlined, PassagePoint Global v10 can be integrated with Microsoft Outlook calendars as well as with vCard software programs.
The software is compatible with most major access control manufacturers and can accommodate biometric scanners to allow repeat visitors to sign in by scanning their thumbprint. The system can also use an ID scanner to speed up the registration process with the unique ability to send an email with the visitor's photo to the host upon sign in. Customized mass notifications for informational or emergency purposes are also possible.