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SwipedOn Debuts New Visitor Book App

SwipedOn Debuts New Visitor Book App to Bring the Front Desk into the 21st Century

Timaru, July 22, 2014 – SwipedOn, the developer responsible for the hit of the same name, has today announced that the future of the front desk has arrived in the form of the company’s latest app, Visitor Book. The new visitor management app has been released via Apple’s App Store, and is available for immediate download.

Visitor Book is an easy-to-use cloud visitor registration system. Using an iPad, businesses are able to replace their clunky PC system or antiquated visitor logbooks. The app allows workplace visitors to register in and out of the premises using iPads. The system is beautiful, intuitive, syncs multiple iPads and even has a web dashboard login, allowing the company to view who’s on the premises from any mobile or desktop computer.

When asked about the direction the app ultimately took, CEO Hadleigh Ford replied, “We’ve been working with a number of forward-thinking companies to bring this unique solution to market. We’re very excited about the positive response Visitor Book has garnered since being released on the App Store, but even more so about the advantages it offers businesses.”

The application can be enhanced with custom images, branding or advertising, making it much more than a mere visitor log. It’s a lasting first impression for any business. With photo capturing, wireless ID printing and agreement signing directly on the iPad, it also offers a means to enhance security while maintaining a sleek professional image.

SwipedOn offers three service plans – Starter (free), Basic ($14.99/month) and Premium (24.99/month). All subscriptions are handled directly through the App Store, providing outstanding security, safety and convenience for businesses.

“The market has been asking for this app for a long time, and we’ve certainly delivered,” Ford went on. “It’s beautiful, simple and doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.”

To learn more about Visitor Book, visit www.swipedon.com/visitor-registration-app

About SwipedOn
SwipedOn creates mobile solutions that replace outdated paper books, logs and processes. SwipedOn is based in New Zealand and the company’s first application was nominated in three categories in the New Zealand Innovators Awards. This early success has helped the company springboard onto the world stage.

www.swipedon.com

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