Minor Details Can Lead to Major Expenses
Most of us use some second form of verification and it’s typically an electronic solution. A common and popular solution is a card embedded with a RF proximity chip. There are thousands of devices that can read these cards, ranging from key cabinets to full featured electronic card access systems. Once the proximity card and associated hardware is installed at an enterprise level facility, the expansion of usage and the number of applications becomes viral. Card readers are mounted near doors, stand alone access devices are mounted on doors and entrances to parking ramps have card readers. This typically gets the attention of area businesses and they began offering discounts and incentives verified by an inexpensive prox reader. They’re everywhere! Some large corporations will partner with you and provide your card stock and printers and more incentives. It finds its way into standard construction documents and point-of-sale contracts...Viral! This is all great, right? Well, there are a couple of problems presented in this scenario.