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KidCheck Launches Mobile Check-in App

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Imagine a world where kids’ check-in wasn’t tied to a kiosk, a desktop computer, or any kind of permanent station. What if a volunteer at each door to your church could quickly check-in kids without headache – or long lines. That’s what KidCheck is making possible thanks to their iOS and Android apps that allow tablet check-in through the KidCheck system.

With tablet use on the rise, coupled with the importance of child security, many churches and organizations caring for children are looking for a mobile children’s check-in solution,” said Alex Smith, CEO, KidCheck. “We are thrilled to deliver KidCheck’s mobile check-in app for iPad and tablet devices for Android.”

kidcheck_ipadKidCheck’s mobile check-in platform combines the ease-of-use and security features available in its children’s check-in solution, now with the added flexibility and mobility tablet devices provide. The mobile check-in app provides the additional convenience of allowing volunteers or employees to walk around the facility with a tablet device to quickly and easily check in families.

The benefits of mobile check-in are huge,” continued Smith. “Added flexibility, shorter check-in lines, using volunteers throughout the facility to check families in, an opportunity for a more personal touch with visitors and families, and so much more. Using a tablet device to check families in not only saves time and further streamlines the process, but also helps create a positive first impression for parents and visitors.”

KidCheck’s mobile check-in is as simple as inputting the family’s ten-digit phone number (or using a scannable key tag), choosing the children to check-in, and then directing or walking the family to where their printed child labels and guardian receipt are waiting.

In addition, mobile check-in helps to quickly and easily check-in visitors. Personally greet them at the door, set up their free KidCheck account, add any allergies or notes, and check them into the appropriate class – all directly from the tablet device. Then direct or bring them to where their labels are printed and waiting.

What is KidCheck? from KidCheck, Inc. on Vimeo.

For parents and guardians, KidCheck’s mobile app provides direct access to create and update their KidCheck parent/guardian account profile right on their smartphone, without needing to access a web browser.

According to AJ Mastic, Discipleship Pastor at St. John’s Church and School, “The app is great. It’s simple, easy to use, and looks good. It really helps us process our check-in line faster.”

KidCheck’s Mobile Check-In Solution Includes: 

  •     Extensive security features to safely check children in and out
  •     Unique parent maintained accounts designating authorized and unauthorized guardians
  •     Check-in by phone number or scannable key tag
  •     Easily check children in to appropriate classes or services for accurate attendance tracking
  •     Print child labels and guardian receipts with unique matching security codes
  •     Add visitors
  •     Take and add photos to parent/guardian KidCheck account
  •     Add notes and allergy information to display on child name badge
  •     Utilize in kiosk mode for self check-in or provide to volunteers/employees to walk around
  •     Free, personal support and training available six days a week, including Sunday mornings

As a mom of four kids, these features excite me! KidCheck offers great features that help keep kids safe as well as reduce administration for churches. It’s a win-win.

Lauren Hunter
Lauren Hunterhttps://laurenhunter.net
Lauren Hunter is a writer who loves the big picture of God’s journey we are all on together. In 2007, she founded ChurchTechToday, a website for pastors and church leaders to harness technology to improve ministry. Married to her high school sweetheart, Lauren lives in Northern California with her husband and their four children. Her latest book is Leaving Christian Science: 10 Stories of New Faith in Jesus Christ. She can be found online at https://laurenhunter.net.

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