Arkansas Dept. of Corrections taps Slabb for probation check-in kiosks

Slabb Inc. has partnered with Marquis Software to provide more than 50 interactive self-service kiosks to the State of Arkansas Department of Community Correction.

The contract with the State included an order for registration kiosks that can authenticate the client biometrically by using fingerprint scanning. The units will be located at probation offices throughout the state and used by minimum risk clients who are required to check in with their probation officers at stipulated times throughout their supervision.

Slabb provided the hardware based on its X6 model, which was customized to include a laser printer, a Topaz signature pad and a fingerprint reader. Marquis created the interface that each qualified client will use to check in with their probation officers and make payments to INA. The company also developed as well as the software which would enable the recognition of the client's fingerprint and capture their signature and photo.

"When we received confirmation that we were awarded the contract from the State, we knew we needed to partner with a software company that could complement our hardware and ensure the successful design and delivery of the product," said Slabb President Peter te Lintel Hekkert. "It was evident that with Marquis' extensive specialized software experience and our customized hardware design that we would be able to successfully complete delivery to another satisfied customer."

Read more about government kiosk deployments.

Topics: Check-in/Check-out kiosks, Government, Hardware

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