Free QR Code
Guest Registration Service
What is SureSign?
SureSign is a FREE business guest check in/registration service. SureSign is the easiest, most secure, and non intrusive method of collecting your customers information in order to satisfy the NSW governments COVID regulations to ensure that your business stays open. SureSign utilises QR Codes, making your customers check in experience, quick and hassle free. Your customers information is securely stored, either on your website or we can host the data for you. Its that easy!
How SureSign Works
Why Choose SureSign
SureSign is not only the easiest customer check in experience, but it also enables your business to grow during COVID with intelligent customer marketing. The customer can benefit from opting in to marketing material. This is where SureSign differs from the rest. We understand that businesses are struggling in this current environment, and consumers are eager to get out and snag some good offers, so SureSign enables your business to share special offers and marketing material to the customer who is checking in.
Imagine this: A customer checks in to your business and opts in to your personalised marketing material for this month, for example "click to receive a 10% discount". You can now offer your customer special deals and offers to keep them coming back. This also enables you to save money on other less effective and costly marketing you may be doing. That's how SureSign has enabled smart businesses to thrive during COVID.
Why does my business need a QR Code?
In NSW, during the corona virus pandemic(COVID-19), the NSW government announced that businesses are required by law to collect the contact information of all patrons/customers. This information would be used by the NSW government for contact tracing services in the event that a patron contracted COVID-19. Some businesses such as those in the hospitality sector (including pubs, registered clubs, bars, restaurants, cafes, casinos etc) are required to keep a record of all staff, patrons and contractors visiting their premises.
There are significant penalties for businesses and organisations that fail to comply with Public Health Orders.
Authorised officers are currently visiting businesses to assess their compliance with COVID Orders. If a breach of the COVID-19 Orders is found, a Penalty Infringement Notice may be issued for non-compliance. This on-the-spot fine is $1,000 for individuals or $5,000 for a business. There are much larger penalties for repeat offences.
The NSW government recommends QR code check ins as the preferred method of collecting customer information due to it being a contactless, hygienic method of collecting details.