The U.S. government requires International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) compliance from all exporters, brokers of defense articles, defense services, manufacturers and related technical data. Complying with ITAR is a difficult task with stringent requirements on many factors including visitor management. Failure to comply with the ITAR regulations can result in criminal prosecution with up … Continue reading “How to Be ITAR-Compliant With a Robust Visitor Management System”
The world has changed Workplace violence, industrial espionage, and terrorism threaten personnel and property security. When facility entrances aren’t secure, companies are vulnerable and liable. That means your reception/lobby is the #1 security point. Protecting your employees, guests and property are critical. The easiest way to implement these significant security benefits is by adopting a … Continue reading “Why Your Facility Needs a Visitor Management System Today.”
A Visitor Management System can help you managed your password. Managing your many passwords is one of the irritating necessities of modern technology. While we all eagerly await the mass adoption of biometric technology, people and companies alike struggle with passwords. The threats of data breach are real and the missteps are costly. According to a … Continue reading “4 Tips to Manage Your Wifi Access Securely”
The Visitor Management Game has just changed. Traction Guest’s New Experience Editor will change the way you’ll look at Visitor Management Applications. What is the most pervasive and strongest underlying principle in the development of Traction Guest? It’s the idea of You’re Here, Now What? You’re Here: Selecting A Visitor Management Application. In 2015, Traction made it’s first … Continue reading “Introducing Traction Guest’s New Experience Editor”
We created Traction Guest with the belief that all locations and visitors are unique. This means that the visitors need to have an experience that matches the reason for their visit. It also means the people in charge of visitors should be able to change the look and feel themselves without having to involve IT and technical developers to improve upon what the users are experiencing.