By: IDscan Biometrics  07/09/2009
Keywords: entry systems, biometrics, Ticketing


EntryTill is an admission, ticketing and marketing system, providing cash management together with valuable marketing data and reports. Uniquely operators will be able to analyse precisely where their customers have come from, therefore, measuring the success of promoters, email, text, flyer, coupon or advertising campaigns

The front door cash desk is the one area where all your customers pass. Entrytill allows you to implement multiple procedures and functions within one simple system.

  • Enforce security procedures in one simple easy to use system
  • Stop and prevent theft, abuse and unauthorised entry
  • Manage cash, credit card and prepaid entry, complimentary and discounted entries
  • Create powerful reports from statistical data providing you with the socio economic, gender and age base breakdown of your clientele
  • Discover which promotions, marketing campaigns and promoters are providing the best return on your investment
  • Record both sound and vision from three different camera angles ensuring that your cash is safe and secure
  • Record every transaction including free and complimentary entry with automatically generated statistical data
  • Instantly playback video from your historic events or the latest transaction monitoring both staff and clientele
  • Promote future events
  • Sell drinks, food or merchandise to your customers
  • Use the secure wristband feature for crowd and visitor control as well as age verification in mixed age events
  • Easily control re-entry procedures such as smoking passes with wristbands

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