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Track attendance wherever you are with iAccu

We are proud to announce that we have released the first version of iAccu. It’s an application developed for Apple iPod touch, iPhone and iPad devices that will convert them into powerful portable attendance tracking devices.
How does it work? Simple, take your iPhone, download the iAccu application from the App Store, and connect to Accudemia to start tracking who’s present and who’s absent in your classrooms. It also works in academic centers and in conferences, where you can track who enters and who leaves.
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We also provide magnetic card readers that can be attached at the bottom of the device, so students can sign in by simply swiping their ID card.
This application works with Accudemia, AccuTrack and AccuSQL, that way you won't lose any of the benefits these products provide.
For more information, please visit: http://www.iaccu.com

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  1. Does your PC software support the Genovation iCount or MiniTerm devices?

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  2. Hi Grant,
    Accudemia does not support those devices, however AccuTrack and Accudemia support magnetic card readers and wireless devices such as iAccu.
    Contact us at (888)249-7227 for details.

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