KidCheck, providers of secure children’s check-in, is pleased to announce an additional 39 languages have been added to the multi-language feature for a total of over 100 different languages that churches, fitness facilities and other organizations caring for children can choose from. More information can be found at http://www.kidcheck.com.
Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) June 16, 2016
KidCheck, providers of secure children’s check-in, is pleased to announce an additional 39 languages have been added to its multi-language feature. This provides churches, fitness facilities and other organizations caring for children, the ability to choose from over 100 different languages for their children’s check-in with one simple step.
Languages include: Chinese, English, Filipino, French, German, Hawaiian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and many more.
Organizations choose the language they want to be used and shown at each check-in station. This allows families to easily read, understand and complete child check-in using the language most appropriate for them. Additionally, KidCheck administrators can choose and apply the language they prefer.
“One of KidCheck’s goals is to make the children’s check-in process as intuitive and easy as possible, both for the churches and organizations using the system, as well as for the parents and guardians checking children in,” said Alex Smith, KidCheck CEO. “The multilingual support feature helps multi-language, and English as a Second Language (ESL), organizations more easily meet their individual needs.”
KidCheck, Inc. provides secure children’s check-in software and complete check-in station systems for churches, fitness facilities, and organizations caring for children. KidCheck believes every child deserves a chance to grow in a safe environment, and every parent deserves peace-of-mind about the safety of their children. KidCheck is committed to delivering easy-to-use, innovative, and reliable check-in systems backed by world class support. To learn more or to request a demo visit http://www.kidcheck.com.
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