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General Meters product offerings

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jan 01, 2002  ||   , ,

General Meters takes pride in its single vendor single database integrated identification, access and vending modules which include more standard report capabilities than those found in most competitive product offerings.

Currently, thirteen individually available departmental/auxiliary modules designed to meet virtually every identification, access and vending related need on campus are available. Modules are available separately or at substantial discounts when bundled together.

The Master Security Module includes an option to add high end user programmable fire, flood, alarm, CCTV, motion and glass sensor capable application developed, implemented and supported by GMC or the campus at the preference of the campus.

The Recreation/Athletic module includes the capability of checking out equipment, renting equipment, scheduling courts and rooms as well as the selling of events and services comparable to many high end event ticketing systems.

The Vending module includes hardware and software developed to control access and vending operations for the usage of snack and drink machines, copiers, computers, laser printers and washers and dryers.

Additional modules include dining/meal plan, laundry, print shop, physically challenged services, parking and book/gift/pharmacy shop inventory control and product movement related vending and reporting.

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