A self-service station is a hardware and software package that lets your users administer selected tasks that are required during the life-cycle of an ID card, such as taking pictures, rewriting cards, changing PINs, prolonging card validity and blocking cards.
Nexus Service Station has an intuitive user interface and easy-to-understand workflows. The height of the station is adjustable via easy-to-access buttons below the keyboard. This enables the user to adjust the location of the keyboard, web camera and touch screen to suit them perfectly, regardless of whether they are tall, short or using a wheelchair.
Easy to integrate
Nexus Service Station is easy to integrate with Nexus’s identity management solutions. It can also be installed as a stand-alone self-service station. The data collected about the users, such as pictures and signatures, are then stored either locally or at a designated location in your network.
The self-service station is by default equipped with a PC, web camera, touch screen, metal keyboard and software. The card printer, digital camera, signature pad and PKI card reader are optional. The construction of the Nexus Service Station is robust and requires no attendance.
Dramatically reduced costs
The self-service station is preferably installed in a secured location that most users have access to, such as a reception or lunchroom. The users identify themselves at the station with their domain login credentials or PKI card.
Using the Nexus Service Station means that your costs for employee or contractor card administration can be dramatically reduced.