Camden Council Selects Time & People’s WhosOnLocation Visitor Management software

Camden Council needed a better visitor management system, the existing electronic visitor management solution fell short of current requirements and would not be suitable for the move into the new 36 million dollar building being built for Camden Council to assist the council grow with the needs of the local community. Camden Council is one of the fastest growing councils in NSW. The new Camden Council building opens on 8th of August 2016.

Karli who headed up the project was most impressed with the additional modules available that went beyond just visitor management into other areas of the business where additional business units could use these modules to assist in areas where manual processes were still in place like the issuance of keys and other assets, contractor management is also a high priority.

Karli selected an IQ Kiosk the all in one touch screen corporate kiosk to match the new 36 million dollar building. The visitor kiosk will allow visitors to sign in, contractors, casual employees and employees can also tap in their presence on site as they arrive and leave each day. Knowing who all the people are in a building assists with the evacuation module included in the WhosOnLocation software.

Camden Council Floor-Mounted Kiosk mockup

Compliance of visitors and contractors is also a high priority with WhosOnLocation Visitor Management software assisting with visitor and contractor inductions. What is surprising is every one of these modules is included in the cost of the software, just turn on the modules you need at your location.

Camden City Council join a list of councils who have recently taken up WhosOnLocation Visitor Contractor management software including Cardinia Shire Council, Brimbank City Council, and City of Greater Dandenong.

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Camden Council is one of the fastest growing councils in NSW with approximately 110 new residents moving in every week. The Camden LGA’s population is forecast to increase from 60,000 to 275,000 over the next 30 years. Council’s focus is on the continued delivery of quality services to the community. However, as the population grows, staffing rates to deliver those services must grow with it.

Council’s current administration buildings at Narellan and Camden are nearing capacity and operating two administration buildings 5km apart is inefficient. In 2008, Council engaged independent experts to assist with the selection of the most appropriate site to accommodate the new Administration Building.

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