An identity card is a document that proves someone’s identity, citizenship, or relation to an organization. You can see it in the form of credit card size or small or a bit large size. It is also called a passport card document. ID cards play an important role and have become a part of the business world, making it possible to concurrently simplify employee and visitor identification and enhance a company’s integrity and security. Some important information has been mentioned on ID cards such as an employee’s name, photo, job title, and department, making quick personal identification a snap. The most common use of an ID card is to verify the holder’s identity. You can then use it to match any additional information she/he gives you such as the address, name, father name, age on an application form. However, the ID must be issued by an agency that you accept as legitimate, such as a state government or federal agency or any other registered department. For example driver’s licenses, military identification, and passports. These cards include a picture of the holder and typically identify the issuing body, so you can visually match his/her face. Additional information is also included address, birth date, and signature.
There are different ways to use an ID card. The ID card created by your company for its own use can control individual access to everything from employee areas to special lounges. If you know the employees, a picture is used as optional. Your presence is not necessary if the card features machine-readable identification. An employee can easily swipe her ID at a scanner for access to restricted employee areas. The picture is also not required to a customer who uses the ID to get transferable privileges, such as a discount on purchases. If additional benefits are only due to the cardholder, such as entry to an over-21 lounge or if there is no availability of scanners so then a picture ID must be verified by you or an authorized employee. An identity card can polish your customer response and services if it is used to organize and access customer information. For example, if you have a medical business, the customer database can contain insurance information, medications, health background, medical conditions, and current treatments. When your client comes to you for a consultation, so through his ID access, you can quickly answer questions about his past history, What would be the cost, and what therapy he must undergo.