Onsite Verification Mobile technology aids work site confirmation of worker training. In Midstream Magazine, David Finkelstein explains how mobile technology can increase safety on the worksite.
Training Mag recently featured our service in their September/October 2017 edition of Tech Talk. Employers that need to verify that workers are doing only jobs they’re trained for have a new solution with Credential Verification Service’s new verification wristbands. Each silicone wristband is stamped with a unique QR code. When the durable wristband is scanned with a smartphone or tablet, the employee’s [...]
As you're probably well aware, our service makes heavy use of QR code technology. But, while QR codes have been around for quite some time, native support for the 2D bar codes has been lacking in most mobile devices. We don't mind answering calls from people saying "I took a picture of the QR code but nothing happened." But, it [...]
We have partnered with TapTrack—giving you the option to use your CVS ID badges to check into (and out of) a work site. Of course, with those same ID cards, you still have access to the vast array of CVS services via its QR code. Watch the video ↓ Here's the script: CVS, InstantCard’s Credential Verification Service, has [...]
Clients often ask us our recommendation for the best QR Code Reader app. For years, we have recommended i-nigma, which is free and available on all platforms. It is extremely fast and reliable, and offers just the features required by CVS users. Lucas over at www.uqr.me has published a list of "The 11 Best QR Code Reader Apps for Android, [...]
Very unfortunately, this sweater is not yet available for purchase. Recently, I was at a holiday party with a bunch of people whom I had never met before. So, naturally, I asked generic questions like "what do you do?" One guy responded with "I'm a construction manager." "Really?!" I asked as though he had just told me that [...]
In honor of labor day, we decided to present you with some Labor Day facts. But, this is CVS, so we encoded them in QR codes, of course. (These were taken from this Forbes article, but what's the fun in reading them directly. Happy scanning!) One of the biggest reasons we [...]
... which is OK by us. We love fresh uses of old technology. Barcodes were originally developed in 1948. I’ll do the math for you—that’s 68 years ago! Yet, barcodes are still extremely useful. We work with companies of all sizes to find the best ways to use barcodes on their ID cards. So, naturally, we’re always interested to [...]