Elvis has left the building. This iconic phrase, born from the fervor of Elvis’s concerts in 1972, echoes the clamor of fans demanding more until the promoter announced, “Elvis has left the building.” But how can you ensure your visitors have departed if they forget to sign out? The MyLobby Visitor Management System steps in to track visitor registration in real-time, guaranteeing that all visitors sign out. Facility managers often grapple with the frustration of incomplete sign-outs, placing the responsibility for the safety and security of employees and visitors squarely on their shoulders.
This article delves into how the MyLobby Visitor Management System tackles this issue with its reminder capability and remote visitor management sign-up feature.
Incomplete visitor logs not only violate health and safety regulations and local fire codes but also pose security risks and open the door to potential liabilities. Even if miraculously everyone signed out, deciphering chicken scratch handwriting in a traditional logbook poses its own set of challenges. What’s the solution?
MyLobby’s visitor management system replaces the conventional sign-in sheet with a tablet for streamlined visitor data entry. It instantly notifies hosts via text and email when their visitors arrive. Crucially, the system sends reminders to visitors via text and email, prompting them to sign out at the end of their visit.
Here’s the ingenious part: if a visitor forgets and has long left the building, the system sends reminders via email and SMS, allowing them to sign out right from their phone.
MyLobby offers various options to ensure visitors have signed out. If you want to be as certain that Elvis has left the building, or in this case, your visitors, I recommend trying MyLobby Visitor Management Solution. It’s free, takes about 15 minutes to set up, and if you need assistance, our specialists are ready to help.
Click on the link below for a free download of MyLobby Visitor Management System and experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing your visitors have indeed left the building.