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School Track 6 Student Attendance Software

20th January 2012
School Track 6 - Student Attendance Software Advantages School Track 6 - Student Attendance Software features a setup wizard, making installing and setting the software up a snap. School Track 6 - Student Attendance Software also includes an integrated ... Read >
Author: Jolly Technologies

An Introduction to GBC Badgemates

21st March 2011
The General Binding Corporation, GBC, is known for high quality binding machines, shredders, and laminators. However, their superior craftsmanship is also applied to ID badges and supplies. Their line of Badgemates provides a selection of ID making items ... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

The Advantages of Cold Lamination

17th March 2011
Over the years, laminators have most often become associated hot melting plastic that covers and protects a variety of materials. We think of big roll laminator machines seen in schools or the small devices used to create ID badges and driver's licenses. ... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

How to Find The Best ID Card Printer in The Market

26th January 2011
ID cards used to be outsourced. But technology has now made it possible for small and medium-sized companies to make their ID cards in-house. There are also other considerations, such as overall economic effectiveness and security concerns. The first s... Read >
Author: William Gabriel

How to Welcome Visitors to a Business with Visitor Signs

22nd December 2010
A good business prioritizes their client’s needs whether it is through employees’ attentiveness, product quality, or a simple welcoming sign. Installing visitor signs are one of the many ways to make clients feel more comfortable, from the moment they ent... Read >
Author: champamerica

Beaded Lanyard - A Trendy way of Advertisement and Promotion

29th December 2009
Most of us have heard about beaded lanyard but you may not be aware of its exact meaning. When worn around wrist a lanyard is called "wristlet". A lot of individuals from different schools, hospitals, and offices are looking for ID accessories that do not... Read >
Author: CustomLanyard.net

The Lanyard Legend

16th November 2005
The lanyard can be traced back to the late 19th century. It was originally a piece of cord, used to secure a jack-knife, used as a weapon in war. The lanyard was worn on the left shoulder with the end containing the knife tucked into the left breast pocke... Read >
Author: Jay Stockman
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