Visitor Management Case Study - Cummins
This case study features how Cummins is using our visitor management software to improve their overall business operations.
Fast and efficient visitor check-in enhances security while cutting administrative costs. Easily reduce time and workforce costs that accompany a manual check-in system.
Fortune 500 company, Cummins, understands the importance of managing operating costs and trying to maximize a return on interest. Headquartered in Columbus, IN, Cummins sells in approximately 190 countries and territories across the world, with an annual revenue that far exceeds the billion-dollar mark.
Steve Dunning, Physical Security Program Manager, is tasked with the role of working globally with Cummins physical security systems monitoring, aviation, hospitality, and facilities. Dunning told us,
A visitor management system is designed to perform the functions of a receptionist, which can lower operations costs. Our kiosks work like unmanned airport kiosks that check-in travelers. Visitors check-in by scanning their driver’s license or pre-registered visitors can scan their QR code. The meeting host will get an instant alert that their visitor has arrived.
“Veristream provides an easy reception process for our guests and helps manage employee flow throughout our facilities,” Dunning explained. “It’s a seamless interaction from scheduling to check in and arrival notifications. Instant verification is a big benefit—we now know who our visitors are. The badge visibility is making a big difference in our manufacturing facilities in helping staff enforce escort policies.”