Church Community Builder Adds iPad Interface, Text Paging, and a Sleek New Look to its Powerful Check-In Solution
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, March 6, 2012 /PRNewsire/
One of the most important operational needs a church faces is keeping up with who is in their building, who is coming to events, and who is responsible for picking up children after the service. With Church Community Builder’s newly designed Check-In Solution, churches are now able to easily know who is walking in and out of their doors!
When new families visit a church for the first time, one of the first things they look for is a safe and secure environment for their children. A bad impression in this area could overrule a good impression everywhere else. “The new Church Community Builder Check-In will help churches provide a high level of confidence to their families, while decreasing long wait times and frustrating bottlenecks,” says Steve Caton, VP of Sales and Marketing. “Better yet, the user experience is so intuitive and easy, volunteers are able to remain focused on warmly greeting and helping parents instead of wrestling with complicated technology.”
Church Community Builder’s updated Check-In Solution is specifically designed for touch screens and portable devices such as the iPad. You can get rid of those clunky keyboards! With the addition of text message paging, leaders of an event can easily and discreetly contact a parent during the worship service if they need their assistance with a child or if there is an emergency.
The most critical new feature of the updated Check-In Solution is the ability to record who has picked up a child and when. This is a major benefit for those who need to provide an audit trail for security purposes. “This check-out feature along with so many of the new enhancements are the direct result of the amazing feedback we have received from over 2,700 churches around the globe,” says Caton. “At the end of the day we wanted to provide new tools which would help our churches more easily focus on serving the people God leads through their doors.”