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The power of omni-channel payments for students, faculty and staff

In a continually expanding campus market, students, faculty and staff expect payment acceptance and a consistent customer experience across all points of interaction. With today’s omni-channel technologies, universities and their supporting communities can deliver this experience while monetizing their payment...
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February 8, 2018 / , ,

Make campus identity decisions with the help of professionals

When it comes to a campus identity environment, navigating decisions regarding credential technology, expensive reader hardware, mobile, biometrics, and whatever comes next, can be tricky. And it shouldn’t be done in the proverbial vacuum. In this, the third installment of...
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How a Campus Identity Roadmap can avoid outdated, misfit technology

Solidifying your Campus Identity Roadmap is an important first step toward deploying the modern technology that students have come to expect from their universities. In Part II of our series, hear from ColorID's Todd Brooks about the common identity pitfalls...
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December 8, 2017 / , ,

Forging a new dining experience at Midland University

For most students, accessing the dining hall follows a fairly standard formula across the board: walk in the door, wait in line, swipe or tap your ID card at the POS, and walk in. That’s not the case at Fremont,...
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Charting your campus’ Identity Roadmap

Every campus needs a clear plan when it comes to its identity environment, and the most successful and dynamic institutions don’t just focus on the day-to-day; they also plan for the future. Planning for the future of your identity environment...
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October 13, 2017 / , ,

The era of campus mobile ordering has arrived

After establishing its first inroads on college campuses in 2014, Tapingo has since grown its network to include millions of student users and nearly 200 active campuses across the country – fifty of which now comprise Tapingo’s delivery markets that...
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October 4, 2017 / ,

Holograms for secure authentication still among top document security features

Holograms, the decades-old technology, is holding its own even as secure authentication relies more on biometrics and digital methods of ID. In spite of the newer tech, holograms are appearing on more passports and appear poised to command a place...
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September 15, 2017 / , ,

Fostering an off-campus program at Pitt

Forging a truly successful off-campus program takes time, effort and commitment that campus card administrators don't always have at their disposal. With this in mind, we recently spoke with the University of Pittsburgh’s Julie Bannister on how Pitt has been...
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Podcast: PockeTracker at Madison Area Technical College

In today's short podcast hear from Zack Walker of Vision Database Systems on why a solution like PockeTracker is such a good fit for campus environments and his thoughts on Madison Area Technical College's advanced deployment of the system. Then,...
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