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Wow Your Visitors With Greetly | Greetly Visitor Management System

The moment a visitor enters your place of business, the start sizing up your organization and its people. Here is how to make great first impressions.


The moment a visitor enters your place of business, the start sizing up your organization and its people. First impressions are always important, but especially so if the visitor is a customer, key vendor, interview candidate or prospective investor. Decades ago, visitors were often greeted by a dedicated receptionist. That once prominent job title has rapidly disappeared. Instead visitors are often “greeted” by a doorbell, the junior HR person who happens to sit near the door — or even nothing at all.

These experiences are poor for visitors. They may need to wait or awkwardly seek a live person to assist. They also frustrate your employees. The repetitive distractions will have a severe negative impact on productivity. Yet this scenario plays out everyday in millions of offices worldwide.

Visitor registration kiosk

Greetly iPad Receptionist App – A Better Way?

With Greetly, companies don’t need to spend tens of thousands of dollars per year to create a better visitor management system experience. With Greetly, when visitors enter your premise, they are prompted to choose their reason for visit. Options in this incredibly customizable app include Visit Employee, Food Delivery, Package Delivery, Event Check-In — or virtually anything your organization needs. After following a few on-screen prompts your employee is notified by voice call (just like the receptionist would) PLUS email and text message.

Want to know who was onsite at any time? Greetly captures all of this information and stores it in a cloud-based visitor log. The information can be sorted or downloaded.

Conclusion

Greetly is a win-win-win. This iPad visitor management app creates great first impressions. Simultaneously it boosts productivity for employees. While it increases security. All for less than the cost of your morning coffee.

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