The codeREADr team will be attending the NFC Solution Summit on May 22nd and May 23rd. We will be there discussing how to launch Mobile NFC solutions with our products. Come by our booth to learn about codeREADr’s NFC capabilities. For more information on codeREADr go to http://www.codereadr.com
What is the NFC Solution Summit?
The Smart Card Alliance and NFC Forum will be presenting NFC Solutions Summit–the first comprehensive American showcase for the burgeoning technology of Near Field Communications. The NFC Solutions Summit will cover the state of this promising technology, developments in new NFC devices and add-ons, the status of the growing NFC ecosystem, the promise of NFC-enabled payments and other popular applications, NFC implementation, and American and international market forecasts. For more information on the NFC Solution Summit go to http://www.smartcardalliance.org/nfcsolutions
Update Post-Summit: codeREADr impressed attendees with our ‘Beyond NFC Payments’ presentation.
> Redeem Vouchers, Coupons & Loyalty Rewards
> Verify Student, Member, Employee and Patient IDs
> Control Access to Events, Buildings and Transportation
> Track Assets, Inventory, Shipments and Documents
codeREADr authenticates NFC IDs embedded in tags, wristbands, FOBS and phones. First live deployment tracks & validates reusable, rechargeable NFC wristbands for secure ticketing and stored value.
Mobile ticket on a BlackBerry handset.
Virtually everyone attending the event used a mobile ticket.
Every ticket was validated in real-time exclusively using BlackBerry 7 Devices
For the fourth year in a row, Skycore’s transactional messaging platform was used to deliver mobile-ready tickets via email and the codeREADr app was downloaded to BlackBerry 7 devices to scan and validate the ticket’s QR code. The process was flawless due to the extraordinary efforts of the AT&T and Skycore teams. And the Pitbull concert was amazing. [BlackBerry World 2012. Hard Rock Cafe, Orlando, FL. May 2, 2012.] (more…)
The Duplicate Button has been added to the services page on the codeREADr website. You can now quickly create a new service that has all of the settings and preferences of one of your current services with the push of a button.
For example, if you are using codeREADr as an attendance manager for student attendance at a school, and you want to have multiple services for similar classrooms, just duplicate your service! The website automatically import all of the settings of the service you have duplicated.