George Kennedy, national sales manager of Avery Photo ID Systems, will provide practical solutions to public and private sector organizations seeking to better track the comings and goings of visitors and temporary employees at the 2005 Government Security Expo & Conference (GOVSEC), on Thursday, May 26 in Washington, DC.
Kennedy's presentation from 2:00-3:00 PM in Tech Showcase Room A in the HUB area of the Washington Convention Center coincides with the two day Expo, during which Avery Dennison will display its newly enhanced and highly effective visitor management tools -- Avery Photo ID Software Platinum and Avery Photo ID Labels for Access Control Cards.
A full-featured version of Avery's popular, basic visitor management software, Avery Photo ID Software - Platinum includes advanced tools that allow users to better more effectively administer visitor profiles, customize their systems for managing visits and provides the ability to design their own badge.
The Avery Photo ID Labels for Access Control Cards offer facilities using access control cards an easy, affordable, and convenient color-photo ID solution.
"We continue to work with our customers to upgrade our products to meet their needs and provide the best methods of visitor management," Kennedy said. "Many users are looking for practical and cost-effective solutions, and it is imperative that we in the industry keep users abreast of new developments."
Kennedy's presentation, "Update Your Visitor Management Credentials - Practical Solutions," will include a question-and-answer session.
GOVSEC, an exposition and conference designed to provide government security professionals with the latest information and products available for managing their departments, takes place May 25-26 at the Washington Convention Center. Avery Dennison's booth # at GOVSEC is 1830.