Almost every other visitor management software in the market today comes stacked with a host of impressive features to address any type of visitor needs. However, only a select few features, generally associated with a brand, differentiate them from the rest of the competition. Rest all other visitor management system features are common to every product…
Forget the swanky new office furniture or the terrace canteen, the most important interactions your office visitors have is at your reception area. It is here that your visitors make their first impressions of your business and you have to be extremely cautious that you don’t send out the wrong signals. This doesn’t mean that you revamp..
A manual visitor management system consists of a visitor log book, which the visitor fills out on entering the office. The log-book provides admins and managers with a record of the visitor’s stay. It includes details such as name, company name, date, time of sign-in, time of sign-out, and name of host. Additional columns asking..
Many organizations unintentionally expose sensitive information to office visitors making it necessary to have visitors sign a confidentiality agreement/NDA upon entering an office. Making them digitally sign documents such as NDAs, Waivers or other Legal Agreements is a sure shot way of protecting confidential information that was meant to be kept under wraps. The need to..
Skilled receptionist don’t stay in the market for long and if you are looking to hire a receptionist then you better do it fast. First, you need to identify the qualities you’re looking for in a receptionist before starting your search for the director of first impressions. The front desk receptionist is one of the..
One of the best features of a Digital Receptionist is that it lets your front desk team capture visitor’s information and store all of it on the cloud for security or analytics purposes. Unlike a visitors book, capturing visitors data via a software takes place without human intervention and hence provides a great value to..
I completely agree with those who say “Hey, a visitors book is one of the most widely used products in any office reception and it has proven to be of great service for keeping track of office visitors throughout offices worldwide” It is true. Visitor books are great and that’s why they are also commonly..
The front office reception area should be an extension of your value system and what you are building. It needs to carefully crafted into a space that is modern, functional and stylish, and at the same time project professionalism. It’s one thing to greet office visitors and make them feel welcome, it’s another to make them feel welcomed as soon..
Imagine your receptionist taking time out to personally greet office visitors and address every pain point they encounter when they step into your office. Wouldn’t that be the “ideal” front desk scenario in any workplace? Receptionists are often the first person visitors have contact with when getting in touch with an organization and their initial judgments of..
Every visitor that walks into your office building has a Purpose. They could be in your office for a meeting, headhunting for a new position or even wanting to catch hold of your CEO – ” To nail the perfect elevator pitch” of course. The reason could be any. The key takeaway here is that there..