Safe Card ID Now Offering Evolis Printer and ID
Safe Card ID, a long-time retailer of child fingerprinting kits and photo security IDs, has expanded its products
and services. SafeCardID.com will now be offering ID card software, printers and ID card supplies. Along with
its other ID card printers, Safe Card will be offering the Evolis Printer line for in-house ID printing needs.
The Safe Card ID company was founded the late 80’s by Greg Stephens. At the time, his objective was to
enable parents of young children and law enforcement officials a better way to locate a missing child in the
event a child was lost or abducted. In the years following that time, however, Stephens began to notice that
business security needs were also changing. Industries across the board needed a better method for
enforcing security in the workplace. In response to that need Stephens announced a new line of ID cards,
printers and software for small business security solutions.
Since the World Trade Center attacks in 2001, more and more people have realized a growing need for
identification badges to protect employees as well as customers and make improvements to business
security programs in general. Many business managers today are using photo ID programs as a way to rev
up security. They add an extra layer of protection. With access control capabilities enhanced security IDs
make it possible for employers to protect industry trade secrets, proprietary information, and confidential
customer information like credit cards and contact info, and to protect their employees. From city hall to law
firms and factories, photo ID systems are improving security in a number of ways.
Safe Card ID’s owner, Gary Stephens, notes that printing photo IDs in-house is an effective yet economical
business solution that keeps vendors, employees, customers, and even shareholders safe. Safety consultant
have concluded that photo ID badges are effective in several ways. First they serve as a visual cue helping to
increase employee awareness whe