DataGuard Security System™

As a Vanguard ID Systems customer, you can be assured of dependable data integrity and consistent quality. All of our products can be ordered with the DataGuard Security System™, our patented attached label, to save time, streamline enrollment and assure 100-percent data integrity by removing the likelihood of human error.

The DataGuard Security System™ features removable, matching bar-coded or human-readable labels attached directly to enrollment forms. The system makes it possible for new members to apply for a program, receive a permanent card and/or key tag, and use it on the same visit. DataGuard Security System™ also eliminates the expense and time necessary to mail personalized cards and key tags to each new customer. It ensures data integrity by eliminating the mistakes that occur when account numbers are hand written on applications.

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