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CBORD launches new Odyssey PCS version

Andy Williams   ||   Jan 23, 2012  ||   

The CBORD Group rolled out version 6 of its Odyssey PCS card system that features online and mobile control of activities and sales. It also includes AdminWeb, making it easy to access current information on-the-go.

Version 6 supports real-time email notifications generated by Odyssey. For example, an alert can be configured to notify an administrator when a specific patron’s card is used, or a patron can be alerted if an account balance falls below a threshold level.

AdminWeb, a Web-based version of the user interface, enables users to view and edit patron data from any Web-enabled computer or mobile device and proactively monitor terminal statuses and errors.

Real-time privilege information is also at the user’s fingertips with the Odyssey PCS Web Activities module. It enables administrators to look up patrons and instantly verify eligibility, freeing staff from using possibly outdated static lists.

The Web Sales module provides payment options for events. Administrators can search for patrons or swipe their cards and process payments through Odyssey eliminating the need to handle cash.

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