Cambridge, Canada, August 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Cambridge based software company, iVenuto.com, launches its first business app for the Apple iPad platform available on iTunes App store today. This innovative app is the first of its kind, allowing users to convert their iPad device into an easy-to-use Visitor registry. Most offices require all visitors or contractors to “sign in,” satisfying the needs of health and safety concerns providing an accurate head count in the event of an emergency. The head count is given to emergency officials when asked if everyone is present and accounted for during a fire evacuation, for example.
The problem is: most visitor registries are paper binders with a collection of illegible scribblings, purposely so to keep competitors unaware of appointments or to hide personal information when asked for an email or license plate by the host company.
The “Sign In” app addresses this problem by keeping all information private. Visitors enter their own information on a graphical interface that mimics a paper page in a book. Visitors can not see the information on previous visitors.
Data collected on each visitor is unique to each company’s policy. The data is then easily accessible to only administrative staff. A custom report writing tool allows users to quickly create instant reports. The software also has a badge printing feature – creating personalized & dated color badges for each visitor. The software assigns a Sign In and Sign Out time stamp managing a dynamic “on-premises” report.
The iPad - the most popular tablet computing platform, already into its second generation with the iPad 2, is a sleek and elegant design, enhancing the aesthetic of any office reception area. The device and this app have the option of broadcasting music and visual slideshows. Colorful slides are available within the app. like a framed piece of art, displaying while the device sleeps between visitors. Company’s budget substantial sums on creating welcoming lobbies, yet sometimes clutter them with an unsightly binder sitting on the receptionist’s desk like an afterthought. Now throw out your binder, “Sign In” is here.