New York, NY (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
Durable and secure, proximity cards have quickly become a premier choice for access control applications. Proximity cards are custom programmed with a facility code and a serial number to control users’ access rights. HID Proximity cards are widely used in the security industry but are typically ready to ship in 6-10 business days.
ID Security Online has designed a new line of proximity cards called QuickShip to provide a faster way to get high-quality Proximity cards. QuickShip cards offer the exact same features as HID cards - same size, card type, programming options and full compatibility with HID readers – but ship within 2 business days.
ID Security Online drastically reduces customers' wait times by programming its QuickShip cards onsite.
All QuickShip cards are printable and can therefore be personalized to serve as a visual ID as well. QuickShip cards come in standard PVC or composite polyester/PVC construction. QuickShip cards with a magnetic stripe are also available to combine proximity and magnetic stripe technology in a single photo ID badge.
“Our customers have expressed the need for a speedier solution to get their Proximity cards so we created QuickShip,” says Gabriel Schonzeit, President of ID Security Online. “We program our own cards which allows us to ship our clients’ cards in a record time. We believe that our range of QuickShip cards will bring value to every organization that believes that security simply cannot wait.”
For more information, call ID Security Online at 1-800-897-7024 or visit ID Security Online’s QuickShip page.
About ID Security Online:
ID Security Online is a leading provider of ID solutions and answers the needs of all organizations and corporations such as government, Fortune 500 companies, schools/universities, hospitals, and international / local sporting events. IDSecurityOnline.com offers an extensive line of card printers, ID systems, supplies and accessories. These systems resist tampering with advanced features like holographic images, ghosted images, biometric data, smart card technology and enterprise level data base management.