NEW YORK, N.Y., December 13, 2017 —ScholarChip®, the largest provider of automated school safety and operations services, has announced its new browser-based student ID Manager system. Now, K12 schools can save money by using their own hardware to connect to the most advanced ID card system available in the market today. Existing photos can also be uploaded in bulk.
“Our new web-based app is perfect for smaller school districts or ancillary locations,” said Maged Atiya, Ph.D., CEO/CTO, ScholarChip. “You can simply plug your peripherals into the back of your computer and access our advanced school operations and safety tools quickly and easily.”
ScholarChip’s new web-based ID Manager System is integrated with popular Student Information Systems (SIS) like PowerSchool® and others. When combined with a card reader, school districts can enjoy automated attendance-based operations and security services that include student and staff attendance (large group, building, bus, hallway); visitor management; behavior management; cafeteria POS; and secure door access.
ScholarChip’s Management Portal provides access to over 100 reports when a school has full program implementation. Administrators can analyze this data using ScholarChip’s powerful, actionable reports, and make data-driven decisions that are quantifiable and justifiable.
ScholarChip is the largest provider of smart ID cards used for attendance, payment processing, visitor management, secure door access, and behavior management services in K12. It was first to market in centralizing and integrating School Safety and Operations System with a true one card solution, which operates seamlessly with popular Student Information Systems and NFC mobile devices. ScholarChip’s Higher Education services include Tuition Payment Plans, Loan Servicing, Student Retention Services, and a compliant Payment Gateway. For more information visit http://www.scholarchip.com.
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