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Never miss an opportunity to make a great impression by greeting visitors upon arrival.
Improve security by filtering out potential threats before they gain access to your facility.
Color-coded badges help you easily identify who a visitor is, and their purpose on campus.
In case of unplanned situations, quickly locate every single person type on campus.
Get notifications when guests arrive, if threats arise, or simply when updates occur.
Now it's easier than ever to effectively track and report your numbers to state and local boards.
Conveniently capture and store visitors' images as an added security measure.
Throw away your binders and spreadsheets - KeepnTrack will do it for you.
Any person in your organization, any question, at any time - we're here for you.
Volunteers can apply online before events; no need to crowd your office.
Track, manage, and report on volunteers' hours and activities for ultimate accuracy.
View the allocation of your workforce and make adjustments in real-time.
Let volunteers search and sign up for upcoming volunteer opportunities.
Make confident decisions backed up by insightful and comprehensive information.
Unique ID cards are available to quickly identify frequent volunteers.
Take the guess work out of releasing students with approved guardians.
When students must leave early for work release or other programs, make it a breeze.
Don't let students miss a second of learning by making campus access fast.
In the event of an emergency, visitors and staff can access digital escape routes.
Returning visitor? Let them sign in and out in a breeze with self service check-in.
Configure all connected devices for each of your locations, all in one dashboard.
You can run the application as many times as necessary, no restrictions.
Our printers and scanners are preconfigured to work seamlessly with KeepnTrack.
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Ou effortless, powerful and customizable library management system.
Take control of your text books through Alexandria.