SmartSignatur

CardID

SmartSignatur CardID enables the automated enrollment and printing process of physical NFC ID cards. Companies and organizations choose to use ID cards for controlling door access, enable follow-me printing, support time stamping systems or use cards as ID cards of employees and/or external staff.

  • Automated enrollment and printing process of employee ID cards
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Automated enrollment and of printing physical NFC ID Cards

The goal of the enrollment is to map the ID cards automatically, in real time, with the digital identity of the user through Active Directory and its connected systems. With this mapping it becomes easy to grant and revoke rights to / from a user to selected services. Checking the validity of this data satisfies compliance and audit requirements.

The basis for SmartSignatur CardID is a self-service kiosk where an individual employee can print his or her own ID card for the organization. If pictures are used for the ID card the kiosk can be extended with a photo module.

SmartSignatur CardID is managed by the SmartSignatur Enrollment server in the background. The enrollment server also provides the option of choosing / creating your own card layout. If required different card layouts per employee group can be created.

What our customers say about SmartSignature?

At any time, I can document who ordered a signature, who approved it – usually me – and what it was used for. Our IT auditing likes that. If I wanted that kind of transparency and traceability in the old system, I would have had to sit and manually document who had ordered the signature. But the system takes care of this automatically. So in that way I save time, but I also have a higher level of security.
Chris Antonsen
Teamleader IT, Mariagerfjord Kommune
We haven’t calculated it, but we have saved a lot of administration hours. We have also saved a lot of employee time. And we have saved money since the administration of the digital signature is built into the IT system we use for access management.
Henrik Jordt
head of Central Denmark Region’s IT Development, Architecture, and Design