BOMA will feature attendee badges with QR-Codes ready for use with BadgerScan. Remember, BadgerScan is an entirely free solution and you have complete control of your data, from the moment you scan.
MSACL 2016 US took place in Palm Springs February 21-25. BadgerScan continues to be a must-have tool for Attendees exchanging contact info stored directly in QR-Codes printed on the Conference badges.
BadgerScan enjoyed overwhelming positive feedback in Salzburg, Austria. Exhibitors appreciated the Survey feature and attendees exchanged contact info with ease. Looking forward to another year in beautiful Salzburg!
The 56th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference is providing BadgerScan ready badges! Team Badger is super excited to see BadgerScan make its debut appearance on the Central Coast of California at Asilomar. Amber is a Central Coast native and considers it the happiest place on Earth.
BadgerScan received a warm welcome in San Diego last week as the official Lead Capture solution at MSACL 2015 with 966 attendees and over 40 exhibitors. BadgerScan proved especially helpful for scanning badges at corporate workshops and for creating contact lists at breakout meetings. Sunset by the fire pits Questions during a plenary talk Exhibits and Posters Read more about San Diego Scanning[…]
BadgerScan had it’s official debut at MSACL 2014 EU held in beautiful Salzburg, Austria on September 2-5. Feedback was positive, and we learned that adding and editing your own badge info needed to be easier. Now you can scan your own paper badge to import your info, and edit directly from your badge view.
August 8, 2014, BadgerScan is now available on Android devices.
July 31, 2014. BadgerScan is available in the App Store! Happy Birthday BadgerScan.