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Raptor Technologies Reports Growth as School Security Spending Rises

In 2015, nearly 80 percent of K-12 schools still use pencil and paper to log visitors while 20 percent of schools have replaced this visitor check-in method with more sophisticated systems.
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In 2015, nearly 80 percent of K-12 schools still use pencil and paper to log visitors while 20 percent of schools have replaced this visitor check-in method with more sophisticated systems. Of the approximately 20,000 K-12 schools using electronic visitor management software, more than half of these schools use the Raptor system. 

Once the Raptor system is implemented, a district can instantly screen school visitors against a national database of registered sex offenders, monitor custodial orders, print guest-identification badges, and track who is coming in and out of the school buildings. The system is web-based such that access to the records is available even in the event of an emergency evacuation.

To learn more about Raptor Technologies, visit http://raptortech.com/.

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