Databac Introduces Self-Expiring Visitor Labels to the U.K. and Spain

Data Management Inc. is welcoming ID specialist Databac into a strategic partnership to distribute its Visitor Pass solutions in Europe via its bases in the UK and Spain. First to be introduced will be Data Management's self-expiring, one-piece visitor labels, which have already been seen stateside, in healthcare, business, education and government.

Brian Gallagher, president of Data Management, said: "Databac has a solid grip on the European identification market. This is a winning partnership for both businesses, giving us a ready route to market and enriching Databac's range of secure visitor solutions."

Databac's Managing Director Charles Balcomb said, "We are very excited about partnering with Data Management. In the TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass, they have a truly unique solution for visitor management. Easy, secure and disposable, it is an ideal fit between our basic paper visitor passes and our high-end rewritable badge systems. We look forward to launching it onto the European stage."

The TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass changes color to prevent re-use and doesn't need to be retrieved from visitors leaving the premises. Unlike dot-expiring passes, where a round sticker needs to be precisely affixed to the pass, the TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass is activated simply by folding over an integrated tab. The word 'VOID' appears on the pass overnight. The patented one-piece design speeds up visitor registration and leaves no waste or mess. The TAB-Expiring Visitor Passes are available for standard thermal label printers, making it compatible with visitor management software such as Databac's Dataimage Visitor.


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