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DSI Launches ID Badge System for Contractors

System will identify temporary and permanent workers

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2D barcodes fit in ultra-small places and withstand high heat and chemicals.

2D barcodes fit in ultra-small places and withstand high heat and chemicals.
Dynamic Systems, Inc., a Redmond, Washington software developer specializing in data collection applications has announced the launch of a low cost ID Badge System for contractors that will identify temporary and permanent workers.

The Checkmate Construction ID System enables contractors to control who accesses the job sites, and prevents theft of supplies and equipment. Each Checkmate System includes an all – in –one system that includes a card printer, card stock, ribbons, and camera if needed. The badges can be either single or dual sided and include photos.

This program is targeted for contractors who want to control site access and reduce the loss of equipment and materials.

“I’m impressed with the simplicity and adaptability of your ID Badge System. It’s affordable for all companies, even those with just a few employees,” stated Bill Allen, Process Control Consultant.

Cost Justification If it requires a few minutes to print a badge and can help prevent theft. “Loss of equipment costs multi millions each year for the construction industry. Our customers see a payback of 3-4 months,” states Alison Falco, President of Dynamic Systems.

Learn more at www.abarcode.com.


About the Author

Rob Freeman is the Vice President of Business Development for Dynamic Systems, Inc. He can be contacted at robf@click2barcode.com or 800-342-3999 Ext. 208.

 

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