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Elliott supports local public schools and other government entities by participating in The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS), as a member of the Identification Systems Group (ISG).

The ISG has been awarded a vendor contract in the following categories:

  • Photo ID Systems - Contract 181104
  • Safety Equipment - Contract 1032416
  • Notification Systems - Contract 4022516
  • Cafeteria Point-of-Sale - Contract 181105
  • Security Systems - Contract 170203

Elliott respects the TIPS model of "Purchasing Made Personal" by working within the TIPS format. Our representatives are eager to support local schools and other government entities with competitive pricing that comply with purchasing laws and ethical business practices. Click here to learn more.

Contact Elliott Data Systems today to learn more about their solutions for identity validation, secure access, and accountability solutions. Call 1-888-345-8511 or visit our website.

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Quickly provide comfort to customers in their home by verifying service worker identities as they arrive on-site, using Mobile ID Validation QR.

Simply print a Validation QR on employee ID cards using Mobile ID. Workers may present their cards to customers, allowing them to scan the ID card using a smart phone or other mobile device. Customers may view basic personnel data, skill sets, and certifications.

View a sample of a Mobile ID Validation Page.

For more information call Elliott Data at 1-888-345-8511 or visit our website.

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Easily meet security requirements in the workplace by verifying service worker identities as they arrive at a business location using Mobile ID Validation QR. Simply print a Validation QR on employee ID cards using Mobile ID. Workers may present them to scan the ID card using a smart phone or other mobile device. Customers may view basic personnel data, skills, and certifications.

Click here to view a sample of a Mobile ID Validation Page.

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Security and/or Administrative staff were able to view Ugly Sweater Guy as he entered the party. When unknown visitors approach the building, staff are able to welcome visitors and decide whether or not access will be granted. Click here to learn more.

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Ugly Sweater Guy is displaying his employee ID card using a holiday themed lanyard! He also has a customized corporate lanyard, a hard protective case holder to use while out in the field, and luggage tags with Asset ID cards to identify hardware cases he uses in the field. Click here to learn more!

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The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) has released its newest K-12 Safety and Security Guidelines intended to provide district level best practices that relate to all areas of campus safety and security. The new guidelines are broken down into five physical layers, allowing school administrators to prioritize their needs. The five layers include:

  1. District-wide
  2. The property perimeter
  3. The parking lot perimeter
  4. The building perimeter
  5. Classroom/Interior Perimeter

Click here to read the press release from Campus Safety Magazine.

Elliott Data is a local provider of campus and facility security. For more information contact us 1-888-345-8511 or visit our website.

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Ugly Sweater Guy uses his ID card to pay for snacks in the office. He may also use his ID to make copies, pay for lunch in the cafeteria, access the server to perform maintenance, and much more. Click here to learn more!

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Ugly Sweater Guy is scanned in by the Events Coordinator at their organization's holiday party to provide a head count for everyone who received their holiday gift and obtain an accurate count for food and drinks. Click here to learn more.

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Ugly Sweater Guy uses his secure ID to access the building and join the holiday party! By swiping his prox card ID in front of the door reader, the door is unlocked and his entrance is recorded. Click here to learn more.

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Ugly Sweater Guy uses a digital credential to access his computer and then performs two factor authentication using his smart phone to identify himself before accessing the company's network. Learn more!

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