The main difference between the two products is that features such as contact tracing, ability to add visitor health screening questions, QR-code sign in and visitor photo ID capture are available on all SwipedOn plans. With Envoy, these features are only available on their higher-priced plans.
SwipedOn also offers a contactless employee sign in solution; SwipedOn Pocket is a smartphone app for employees which allows them to sign in touch free and remotely. Evacuations are made easy with SwipedOn’s offline evacuation roll call feature.
With the high-tier plans, SwipedOn includes all features with their Enterprise plan - priced at $149 per location per month. Envoy's equivalent Premium plan, is $299 per location per month, effectively double the cost.
SwipedOn allows for complete customization of the iPad app branding on all plans, that start at USD $49 per month. Envoy does offer the ability to customize, however options such as creating your own full-screen slideshow and custom kiosk designs, are only available on their Premium plan, at USD $299 per month.
G2, a business software review site, recently announced their Winter 21 awards winners and SwipedOn dominated the Visitor Management System category with 11 awards, including best support!