While both brands have similar offerings on the surface - a secure digital sign-in solution hosted on a tablet at your welcome desk - they do have some key differences including feature-set and pricing structure. In this article, we take a closer look at how these two visitor management solutions differ from one another, to highlight those key differences and help you find the system that most accurately aligns with your business’ budget and requirements.
Contactless check in is included in all plans as part of the SwipedOn solution, whereas touchless check in is only available via the security pack (additional cost) with Proxyclick.
SwipedOn 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. The feature is also accessible as a digital employee in/out board on the iPad. Proxyclick offers the option for employees to sign in using a QR code but does not have a dedicated sign in app for employees.
Evacuations are made easy with SwipedOns offline evacuation roll call feature which accounts for everyone who has signed into the premises including all visitors and employees. With location settings, multi-location businesses are able to customize visitor agreements and branding per location.