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Andrew Hudson   ||   Feb 10, 2021  ||   

The CR80News editorial team is conducting a brief survey to better understand what readers would like to learn more about in the coming year. Specifically, we're interested in learning which aspects of the card transaction system and which student facing services are most important to your campus in 2021.

We want to hear from you which aspects of campus life are most pressing. Is it dining services? Access control or security? Is you campus plotting a move to mobile credentials or smart cards? Looking for more solutions to help navigate COVID-19 on campus? Let us know!

The responses from this survey will help guide future CR80News editorial coverage, directing our conversations with both campuses and vendors in the space.

As a thank you, survey respondents will be entered to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards to be awarded at random. We want to continue to deliver the kind of content you're hungry for, and we thank you for your time and willingness to share your insights!

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