Regulates the implementing provisions for the management of "guests and visitors" entrances

Entrance management, with a simple method:

A few badges and through a WEB service, it has never been easier. 

How?

  • Simply by getting a dozen badge holders
  • Then, try the Easy Badge service
  • Print the Badges from the service or with a Write or Word program

Some accessories that might be useful to you:

It takes 10 minutes to use GUESTBOOK

Who can use the GUESTBOOK service?

Different structures can use the service and try it without commitments and investments

The receptivity of a business is very important, and the people who land are even more important. Some of our customers use it for:

  • Facilities: tourism and wellness
  • Access to buildings, with offices and services
  • Activities with studies and workshops
  • Travel Consultants: people, with shared passions and interests
  • Places of interest: exhibitions, museums
  • Co-working, shared offices
  • Management of large structures with visitors and maintenance staff

How to use EasyBadge

  1. Register now, it's free and allows you to try the system;
  2. Retrieve horizontal or vertical badge holders or one of these available on the internet
  3. Access the dedicated portal of https://guestbook.easybadge.net/
  4. Create your sites and give it a NAME
  5. Create / Print numbered and personalized BADGE

Our customers

CoolBackpack.it

Accesso

Site management example

The following video shows how an operator can access the site management without having to register, but only operate:

How did we do it?

Made to test the safety of the new Ruby On Rails 6.

  • A phenomenal time rate
  • Superb security
  • Development in MVC environment, acronym for Model, View and Controller

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