What’s holding your badge?

posted in: Name badges

Many people who wear name badges these days like the convenience and comfort or lanyards. With a lanyard around your neck, you don’t have to worry about pins or magnets, and the badge is easy to put on and take off. Colorful or themed-lanyards are even a way to show your style or show off a logo.

But have you ever wondered about the history of lanyards? Although they have become common as holders for name badges in recent years, lanyards themselves have been around for centuries.

First, let’s look at the word “lanyard.” Its origin is the French word “lanière,” meaning “strap.” The first known lanyards date back to the late 15th century. They were simple cord or rope straps that French sailors and soldiers used to keep a whistle or a pistol handy while they were working or preparing for battle. Since sailors often had to climb the ship’s rigging, the lanyard allowed them to their hands free while keeping tools safe from falling. Some French soldiers continued to wear lanyards with their uniforms through World War II.

Lanyards also have been used for decorative purposes in the military. For example, the colorful braids that many officers often wear at the shoulder of their uniforms to denote rank or honor are lanyards. Some are quite elaborate and contain sophisticated and complicated knots. A white lanyard has formed part of Britain’s Royal Artillery uniform since the end of the 19th century.

Lanyard weaving, called “scoubidou” in French, became a popular children’s craft in the 1950s in both the U.S. and Europe. Since some lanyards involve intricate knots, making one helps develop manual dexterity. Some of the common knots used in lanyards include the box knot, Chinese knot, triangle, and butterfly knot. The “scoubidou” and its knotting techniques have made a comeback in recent years, and there are many interesting how-to videos on YouTube.

Today, most lanyards are made of nylon, polyester, satin, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), silk, braided paracord, or braided leather. Lanyards often have a plastic or metal clip attached to the end. A clear plastic pouch or sleeve is then attached to the clip to hold a name badge or ID card. In addition to using them to display badges or IDs, many people use lanyards as a convenient way to hold their keys. You might even see the lanyard peeking out of a pants pocket after work instead of around someone’s neck. Students like to use lanyards to keep both their keys and their ID cards handy.

Lanyards also are used to help people keep their electronic devices, such as cellphones, cameras, and USB flash drives, safe from falling or dropping out of a pocket or bag. They are popular convention and trade show giveaways since they can be easily customized with business and event names.

Safety is a common concern when wearing a lanyard – particularly for children or people who operate machinery. That’s why most lanyards have what’s known as a “breakaway” closure. A breakaway closure releases when any pressure is applied to it. This simple safety measure can help prevent choking or other accidents.

 

 

Crazy year spawns new baby name trends

posted in: Name badges

Between COVID-19, wildfires, hurricanes, earthquakes, and civil and political unrest, 2020 has been quite the memorable year. Some language trend experts are predicting that in the future, phrases like “Going 2020” “Or it was a 2020 thing” will become synonymous with trouble and hard times.

But just as all the babies who were born at another tumultuous time — Sept. 11, 2001 — have now turned 18, the 2020 babies will one day be old enough to drive and vote. What will they be putting on their name badges at work or social events? Let’s look at some of the baby name trends for 2020.

According to a survey by ChannelMum, some parents changed their baby name choices to avoid any connection with the pandemic. For example, the name Violet was ditched because parents feel it sounds too much like “virus.” Ditto for names like Cora, Corin, Coren, Lochlan, and Ronan.

Many parents have been looking for ways to show positivity this year, and names representing character qualities are making a comeback. Popular choices this year include Virtue, Faith, Hope, Charity, Patience, and Constance. “True” is also a gender-neutral moniker that is popular this year.

Of the 1,500 parents surveyed by ChannelMum, more than half said they would consider a color-themed name as a token to the rainbow’s symbol for hope and positivity. Popular name choices this year are Blue, Red, Indigo, and Fuchsia.

Other 2020 baby name choices represent the courage of many frontline workers during the pandemic. Here are a few examples – Bravery, Maverick, and Hero. One in five of the parents surveyed said they wanted to give their child a “secure” name (like Constance, Harbor, or Haven). And “happy” names (like Joy, Bliss, or Felicity) or “peaceful” names (like Solomon or Pax) are also more popular now than in recent years.

Not everyone wants to steer away from the pandemic, however. An Indian couple really got into the spirit of the year by naming their twin boy and girl Covid and Corona. Mom Preet told reporters, “We wished to ease the anxiety and fear associated with these words and also make the occasion memorable.” 

Another Indian baby got a similar, er, um, gift from his parents with the name of Lockdown. His father’s explanation? “We appreciate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to enforce lockdown and save the people from corona pandemic,” commented new father, Pawan. “The lockdown is in the national interest, and so we decided to name the child as Lockdown.”

You can’t discuss baby names of 2020 without mentioning the Musk baby. Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, and his wife, the singer Grimes, welcomed a baby boy in May. However, the internet was soon buzzing with his unusual name — it’s X Æ A-Xii. Musk told podcast host Joe Rogan that the unique name is pronounced “X-Ash.” It certainly will be hard for that little guy to keep a low profile later in life with that name hanging from his lanyard on his name badges.

“Baby names reflect changing times and never more so than when the world is facing a catastrophe,” said SJ Strum, a baby name blogger who hosts “Baby Name Mondays” on her YouTube channel. “The current crisis means parents are understandably stressed and anxious, so (they are) are using their newborn’s name to celebrate new life and joy. Positive names are a wonderful way to keep focusing on the future and means that the child knows their name has real meaning.”

 

 

Five Hacks for Remembering Names

posted in: Name badges, Name Tags

It’s one of those moments when you want to just disappear. You run into someone you’ve met, but you can’t remember their name. You may smile and nod and share pleasantries on the outside, but you are panicking on the inside. If only they were wearing a name tag!

How can you recall a person’s face and even where and when you met but not their name? You’re not alone. Forgetting someone’s name is a common occurrence, and the bad news is that it can increase with age. The good news is that you can help train your brain to remember names. Here are five name memory hacks.

Use repetition. Your memory gets a boost when you give it multiple sensory clues. Get into the habit of saying that new acquaintance’s name aloud after introductions. “I’m very glad to meet you, Anna,” is one example. Then use the name a few times in the conversation and then again when you say goodbye. “See you at next month’s meeting, Anna!”

If the person is wearing a name badge, you can boost your memory by looking briefly at the name in print. If you’re attending a virtual meeting, taking a moment to write down the speaker’s name will add another sensory layer.

Make connections. Finding a way to connect the person’s name with someone or something else you know is another tip. You could use alliteration like “Ryan runs” if you learn the person is a runner like you. Or another example is Terri from Tacoma if the two of you share a hometown. Creating images that go with the name can also help. Does Sandy have sandy-colored hair? Does Mr. Baldwin have a bald spot? Experts say another hack is to connect the person’s name with someone else with the same name. It could be a celebrity (Hugh – like Hugh Jackman) or a relative (Maureen just like Aunt Maureen).

Pay attention. We live in a very distracting world, and, as a result, we often allow our minds to wander in the midst of a conversation. “A lot of people blame their forgetfulness on their retention,” says Jim Kwik, memory expert and founder of Kwik Learning in an interview with CNBC. “It has nothing to do with their retention. It has to do with them paying attention.”

When you force yourself to stay present in a conversation, you will be able to focus and remember details better. Listen more than you talk and put away your phone while you are having a conversation.

Make the decision to remember. Many memory experts say that we need to put more effort into developing your memory skills. “If you make a conscious decision that you are going to remember names because you care about the people you meet, you will immediately become much better at doing it,” according to Keith Ferrazzi, founder of the research institute Ferrazzi Greenlight, in a Forbes.com interview

At the end of a networking or social event, take the time to go over the names of people you’ve met. Jot down some notes, including the names and a few details about each person.

When all else fails, ask. If you cannot recall a name, it’s okay to admit it. Say something brief like, “I’m so sorry, but would you please remind me of your name?” Then follow the previous steps so that you don’t forget it again. You could then follow up with, “Of course, Maddie, I remember you led in sales for your team last quarter” to show that you value and remember the person. You just had a brain hiccup on their name.

Dale Carnegie, author of the influential book How to Win Friends and Influence People, wrote, “Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” So, don’t fall back on the tired old excuse of “I’m just bad with names.” When you listen better and care more, you’ll be able to avoid those awkward “blank” moments we all hate.

 

 

5 Industries Where Employees Need Custom Name Badges

posted in: Name badges, Name Tags

Does your company need custom name badges? There are a wide variety of industries where employees should have name badges. You can customize them to include your company logo, an employee photo, and more.

Having custom name badges can improve the security of your business, as well as make both employees and customers feel more comfortable. 

Name Badges for Hospitality

In the service industry, name badges are a must. In food service, hotels, and even delivery services, employees will interface with customers directly. People feel more comfortable when they know the names of the employees that are assisting them. Often, hospitality companies solicit feedback from customers about their experience. If they know the names of employees, they can voice specific compliments or concerns. 

Name tags with the company logo also provide a layer of security and help to display your brand name. You shouldn’t lose a chance for some extra marketing!

Healthcare and Wellness

For healthcare workers, it is essential that all employees wear a name badge with a photo ID. Doctors, nurses, and all hospital workers should be easily identifiable at all times. This ensures patient safety and provides a more personal touch. Visiting the doctor or being hospitalized can be stressful – feeling a personal connection to your healthcare worker can help.

The need for name tags extends to other health and wellness companies as well, such as chiropractors, fitness instructors, and massage therapists. Add some professionalism and brand awareness to your employees’ uniform with a custom name badge.

Retail 

In retail, as in hospitality, name badges are a must. You want your customers to feel a connection with your employees, and being on a first-name basis can fill this need. For large retailers, name tags also help create a relationship among employees and between employees and management. 

Media and Journalists

Journalists and others in the media industry need custom name badges. When journalists arrive at a location to work on a story, they need to be able to verify their identity. This type of name tag is often referred to as a press pass, and can grant access to places where a regular person is not allowed.

You want your journalists to be welcomed and given access to the information they need. The credibility afforded by a name tag will aid in this process. 

Non-profit Organizations

Customer-facing non-profit organizations need name badges as well. Don’t skip this step simply because you are a small company, or think they aren’t necessary. Name badges with logos help get your name out there, and can ensure the clients you are interacting with feel at ease. 

For non-profits who host volunteers, custom visitor name badges will help differentiate them from clients and staff. 

Order Your Name Badges Today

Quick Badge and Sign Inc. has a huge selection of name badge options, and we can custom make any badge you need. Our online ordering process is quick and easy, but if you need to discuss custom options, contact us. Our friendly team is available to find the solution that is best for you. 

Different Types of Name Badges and the Benefits of Each

There is so much variety on the internet, and name badges are no different. When you think about name badges, it can be hard to choose what kind of name badge you want. There are a lot of different options to think through. These include magnetic name badges, photo badges, frame badges – you get the idea!

magnegtic name badges tags

Why Should You Invest in Name Badges in the First Place?

1. People enjoy hearing their name

According to psychology, a person’s name is subconsciously the most important word to them. There is nothing better than the feeling that you made a good impression when someone remembers your name and says it aloud.

2. You won’t ever have to forget anyone’s name again

 Nobody enjoys forgetting names. It’s embarrassing, and it makes the person whose name you forgot feel insignificant. Name badges are a fantastic way to avoid this social no-no. 

3. It makes your employees feel important (because they are!)

Name badges make employees feel like they are a part of the company they work for. We all enjoy feeling like part of a community or a team. It gives your business cohesiveness when name badges are in the mix.

4. Guests can quickly identify your employees

With name badges, guests of your business can quickly identify employees, if needed. This is helpful if they want to notify a manager of excellent customer service 

5. It adds security

Photo identification name badges are especially important when there are serious security matters involved at a company. You want to feel safe at your business. 

6. Name badges help with branding

Name badges are a great way to establish a brand or a business. Add your company’s logo to all of your name badges, and people will be sure to remember you. 

If you don’t know what type of name badge to go for, these are some of the kinds of name badges we offer here at Quick Badge and Sign Inc and the benefits of each. 

The Magnetic Name Badge

The magnetic name badge attaches to any type of clothing without damaging the fabric.

Magnetic name badges are designed to be mobile, which makes this an excellent option for service industries, such as restaurants or hotels. Magnetic name badges are also a good idea for special occasions, events, networking functions, or any time that people have to be mobile and on their feet. A magnetic holder can make a good addition to any name badge. 

The Metal Name Badge

Our metal name badges are of the highest quality. They are a lot more durable than a sticker name badge, or any other type of fabric. The metal name badge option is perfect for hotels and restaurants because it gives a polished look to any uniform. They look a lot more professional than a sticker name tag. However, be careful with the type of metal you decide on purchasing. Some metals can bend, break, or scratch easily. 

Each metal badge is frosted, die-cut, and etched. They are finished with a glossy edge to make them stand out. We insist on jeweler-quality .040 Solid Brass and Solid Nickel. Lower quality .020 products tend to bend or warp over time. Other companies use gold or silver “coated” cast metal then paste a plastic cover plate on the face of the badge. Our Solid Brass and Nickel tags are made to last and make an impression.

Framed Name Badges

If you want to add some sophistication and style to your name badges, consider investing in a framed name badge. A framed name badge gives any badge the class it deserves. Framed name badges are also a fantastic option for when you want your employees to look their best. When you order from us, you also have the option to design your name badge first and add a frame later. 

Dome Name Badges

For some extra protection, consider a dome name badge. The dome name badge gives any badge some additional coverage and scratch resistance, offering a more polished look. Our dome name tags are available in Aluminum. Clear dome cover badges are available in gold, silver, and white.

Photo Identification Badges

Give your name badges a little extra security with photo identification. Photo ID badges are perfect for high-security jobs, buildings, and events. 

Visitor Badges and Visitor Identification

Visitor badges are an excellent way for people to get to know a company’s guests. Whether it’s for a quick meeting or someone visiting for the day, people like to have their names heard in any setting. Never forget your visitor’s names again with a visitor name badge!

Plastic Name Badges

If you are going for a more economic option, consider plastic name badges. Plastic name badges used to be a more casual business option, but they’ve slowly made their way into the corporate world. Our plastic name badges are easy to clean and replace if needed. Plastic Name Badges and Plastic Name Tags contribute to corporate branding by adding the business logo to every employee.

Reusable Name Badges

Reusable name badges are an easy way to save money on custom name badges. Add your business logo to our reusable name badges and add any employee’s name without breaking the bank. 

Remember, all of our name badges can be ordered customized at great prices. Our team is here to help you answer any questions you might have before, during, and after you place an order with us. We manufacture our badges onsite and ship directly to any United States location. Quick Badge and Sign Inc. has a skilled graphics team ready to get your product started, so contact us today! 

5 Benefits of Custom Name Badges for Your Business

posted in: Name badges

Owning a business is hard work, and as it grows bigger, you will have more employees. It is vital to make a new employee feel at home when they’re working. You want to openly accept them and get to know them, but that can be challenging in large corporations. This is where name badges can come in handy.

Having your employees wear a name badge means that you can acknowledge someone new on a first-name basis. You can direct them to their department based on name badges. In addition, customers can chat with everyone at your business, which will make it seem like a friendly environment.

Offering name badges isn’t always required for big business, but it does help daily operations. It can help you feel like you are running a successful team and boost employee morale.

There are some significant benefits of having your team wear name badges. Name badges can promote security, confidence, and keep employees on the job longer. If your team doesn’t feel comfortable, you may experience a higher turnover rate than other companies.

Branding

As a business, you know how important it is to stick with a brand image. If you want to appear transparent as a business, name badges can help you achieve that look and stick with it. Name badges also allow space for a logo, meaning higher logo visibility. This can be an excellent way to stand out to potential clients.

Getting to Know Each Other

Knowing employee names as new team members can allow someone to feel more confident and communicate better. It is a good way to learn everyone’s name if you don’t typically work with that person. Making eye contact and saying a person’s name makes someone feel good, and this can boost company morale. If a manager refers to an employee as “Umm” or by no name at all, it can make that employee feel bad.

Customers Feel Welcome

When someone on the team goes above and beyond for a customer, that customer will want to have a name to identify who helped them. This can lead to glowing reviews and better sales for that individual and the overall company. It also helps customers feel like everyone is approachable and that a team member is more likely to listen if someone uses their name in the conversation. When a customer returns, they can ask for the individual who helped them last time by name. This is an excellent way to boost customer retention.

Security for a Larger Company

When you have a large company, it can be hard to identify someone. For increased safety, a name badge can have a picture on it. That way, you can quickly tell if the person before you is the same one on the badge. It will also tell you if they are in a restricted area. This can be vital for a company’s safety.

A unique benefit of name badges is that you can add strips that allow the badge to also be an access code for a specific department. You can monitor who goes in and out of the facility with these name badges.

Looking Professional

When an employee doesn’t feel professional, chances are they may act unprofessionally during work hours. This can lead to miscommunication and unmet expectations. If you want your team to act a certain way, it is essential to set clear boundaries from the beginning and give them the tools to succeed. Offering a clear way to demonstrate your business’s professionalism can impact how successful you are. There may be other ways to appear professional, such as dress codes, but if you want to be casual, professional name badges can help with this.


Name Badges Can Help Create Positive Vibes

A name badge can help people feel accountable on the team. Creating a way for the team to feel accountable can lead to a positive work environment. When an employee knows they can get good credit for their work, it will help your business become successful in the long run.

When everyone feels comfortable with each other and knows each other’s name, it can also create a stronger and happier atmosphere. Each team member will feel comfortable asking questions with the help of name badges. Stop by our website to create the perfect name badge for your business.

Getting Name Tags and Badges for New Staff

posted in: Name badges, Name Tags

We’ve written before about how useful badges and name tags are in many industries – managers know this intuitively because they’ve been in charge of getting people on-site and getting them ready to work. It’s no small job, and outfitting new employees is part of the task.

Being able to outfit someone with an identifying name tag or badge is a key part of that logistical process of on-boarding in retail, in healthcare, and in many other types of businesses. Often, it’s a flurry of activity where managers are looking to make sure everyone has their uniform, name tag and other gear to start helping out immediately.

That’s why we’ve built a system that offers 48-hour service, with tracking information to your door. We know that time is money when it comes to getting people through the on-boarding process – doing the paperwork, filling out the tax and payroll forms, and getting all necessary gear on-site to make sure they’re ready for day one. Delays are productivity killers, and in some cases, jobs have been lost over this kind of thing. So having verifiable vendor service is a safeguard that is worth something.

Durable Badges and Tags

We have a variety of framed and dome-covered tags that will last a long time under pressure. Your employees are going to be often working in some tough conditions – in hot kitchens, in busy high-traffic areas and elsewhere, where it’s important to have uniforms and accessories that don’t fall apart.

We have all of this in stock, and eligible for that quick turnaround, again, to help managers make sure they have everything covered for an important day or shift.

Fasteners and Connecting Pieces

Another major issue occurs when managers keep hearing people talking about their name tags or plates falling off. This can actually be a significant problem, because customers or others are expecting to be able to identify staff, and trying to rig up connecting pieces takes away from the employee’s focus on core work. 

We have velcro designs and pin-style holders. We have laminate enclosures and more to make sure that these badges and name tags stay where they are placed, to identify everyone appropriately and help keep operations humming along smoothly.

Take a look at our entire catalog of personalized options, and ask about any potential deals, as well as our guaranteed quick service delivery, because our products are most valuable to you when they arrive on time! We aim to help our clients to staff up and ramp up for scaling growth the right way.

The Importance of Custom Signs for Businesses

posted in: Signs

custom-signs-businesses

In the day and age of online communication and social media recognition, it’s no surprise that business signage is essential for creating and building brand awareness. Signs in store windows, and even on lobby desks are often the first thing people notice when they pass or approach your business. A customer’s first impression of your brand’s quality and style will come from something as simple as what is right in front of their face.

Custom business signs can be used for numerous purposes, and are an incredibly cost-effective way to get the word out about your company or event. At Quick Badge & Signs Inc., we offer the ultimate customization for your signs. In addition to the functionality of signs and banners for your business, a well-designed sign can provide a variety of benefits.

Benefits of Business Signs

  1. Identification

Have you ever approached a desk, only to realize you had no idea who you were talking to? You can easily solve this problem for your customers with attractive and affordable business signage that lets everyone know exactly who you are.

  1. Information

Custom business signs are also a great way to pass out information to the public. With signs up to 16″ X 24 “, it’s easy to display the information you want your customers to know about your business. You can also let people know about business hours, upcoming events, or new products.

  1. Increased Brand Recognition

Business signage is a great way to get your business noticed and be remembered. Consistent branding and frequent exposure to signs containing your name, logo, motto, mascot, or other representation of your business or product, will increase the likelihood that they will choose you rather than your competitors.

  1. Cost-Effective Marketing

Beautiful custom business signage doesn’t have to make a large dent in your marketing budget to produce great results. You’ll be able to increase sales and exposure quickly with less work and for less money than many other marketing strategies.

When you’re ready to display your business signage, get your custom business signs from Quick Badge & Signs Inc. You’ll start attracting customers immediately. We also offer a variety of name badges for employees!

The Importance of Name Badges at Events

posted in: Name Tags

When networking plays a key role in your daily agenda, name badges are a vital part of your attire. Whether it’s for entrance to a session or to see the company you represent, the first place someone looks is at your name badge. How many times have you met someone at an event, only to forget their name minutes later? Name badges provide a quick on-the-spot, at-a-glance name recall, making it easy to remember someone’s name and make acquaintances easily.

Name Badge Functions at Events

When attending events, there’s not always time for formal introductions. Name badges and a good quality lanyard are essential for fast introduction, making acquaintances easily, and name recalling. In today’s society, name badges also have an augmented function which the info they carried could be stored or exchanged by means of mobile apps. In this case, only a QR code or a barcode is enough to exchange necessary information. This recent technology also allows conference organizers or exhibitors to analyze participant behavior and their trafficking easily.

Information to Include on a Name Badge

At Quick Badge & Sign Inc., we offer a variety of badge styles for a unique look. However, there is some common information that should always be included on your name badge. While your name badge should not be your business card, it should be a representation of the company you work for. This means your company logo or name in text form is a must. Obviously, your name should be larger and more prominent than anything else on the badge. The choice of font should be a simple and easy to read, and when possible include your title on your badge. Note that:

  • A name badge is an introduction. People glance at a name badge, not read it like a book. If you want people to remember your name and company, make them stand out.
  • Name badges don’t work if they are facing the wrong way. Invest in a good, no-twist lanyard to keep your identification facing out so people can see it.
  • At Quick Badge & Sign Inc., we provide a variety of styles. If you prefer a badge fastener, we offer magnetic fasteners. If your team or event is large, we offer color coded name badge holders and lanyards to make it easy in identifying people.
  • We also have badge carrying cases for organizing badges that are readily and available.

Quick Badge & Sign Inc. Can Solve Your Problems

Value, fast service, and design experts are the three main reasons thousands of customers trust us with their name badges and name tags. There are several reasons for your business to use name badges, and there are several different types of badges to choose from. No matter which style you choose, we’re here for the very easiest ordering experience possible.

Who Needs Name Tags and Badges?

posted in: Name Tags

Who needs nametags and badges? Well, everybody. But there are different ways that these products can really serve your business in a positive way. Here are some of the reasons why it’s a good idea to implement a badge setup across all of your business locations and facilities. Badges and IDs are a vital part of setting your business up to succeed!

Your People

Assigning name tags and badges to employees is a great way to keep some order in busy day-to-day activities and operations, and to recognize everyone’s career progress.

For many people, a good name tag or badge is a visible symbol of their position in a company. Sometimes, for example, these are useful in promoting “champion” or other workplace incentive campaigns.

At the same time, tags and badges help to introduce these people to others outside of the business. Name tags and badges with a security component also give people access to key areas in order to do their jobs.

From physical site security to easy introductions, name tags and badges are certainly worth the investment.

Your Suppliers

Many different types of businesses have multiple vendors or suppliers who need to come on site, either to deliver materials or deliver services related to either the building or the business process. But this can introduce its own kind of chaos, if site operations are not managed properly.

Having specific badge or tag programs available for these outsiders helps to maintain security for trade secrets and sensitive information. Again, it also helps people to understand who everyone is on the site and why they are there. It makes operations (and the roles of people in them) more transparent … and that’s a good thing!

Your Visitors

Visitor tag and badge programs are another excellent example of good cybersecurity best practices. Physical site security is a key component of overall business security and it’s important to make sure you have safe and effective security processes in place for your business facilities. Unless it’s an open store where anyone is free to come and go, identity management programs are a must. That’s another reason why having identification badges is so important to businesses.

At Quick Badge and Sign, Inc. in Fairview, OR we have a diversity of ways to help you to streamline business and make sure best practices are in place. We know that your business is not like any other, and has its own particular needs. Ask us about our products for identity access and management programs, and how these can help to protect your business assets. We are excited to hear from you about how to improve your company!

Scroll to Top