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HID's executive guide to picking the right issuance provider

FREE, on-demand white paper details ways to navigate and streamline selection process

Andrew Hudson   ||   Feb 28, 2017  ||   

It almost goes without saying that security is a top priority for every college campus, everywhere. But when it comes to ensuring the security of a campus environment, one key element to ensuring that students, employees, facilities, and even data are protected is to have a secure issuance strategy in place.

Regardless of your institution's size or cardholder population, effective secure issuance requires a reliable solution that meets both immediate needs and those of the future. In an effort to assist higher education institutions navigate this selection process, HID Global "Secure Issuance Solutions – An Executive’s Guide to Selecting the Right Provider" white paper lays out the necessary considerations for defining, evaluating and selecting the ideal secure issuance provider to meet your specific credential needs.

When it comes to issuance, universities and organizations from other verticals alike often focus on printer features, functions and up-front costs. Just as important, however, is the need to consider what their operation needs to get out of its overall secure issuance investment. In the white paper, read why it's vital to partner with a solutions provider that can deploy bleeding edge technology, offer industry expertise and provide quality support and maintenance.

Also included in the white paper is a rundown of how universities can evaluate issuance solutions from providers that meet each issuance environment's pre-defined criteria, as well as detail ways to streamline the evaluation process, enabling institutions to invest in a solution with confidence.

For more see HID Global's full, free "Secure Issuance Solutions – An Executive’s Guide to Selecting the Right Provider" white paper.

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