How is data entered into the Veonics® Portal Record Manager?

Learn how to enter, edit and upload ID badge data into your Veonics® Portal account and Record Manager Group Names.

Manually Enter Your ID Badge Data

Step 1: Once you log into the Portal, select the Data Management tab

  • If you only have one Record Manager (Group Name) you are taken directly to your Organization's Record Manager section
  • If you have multiple Record Manager Groups Names, then select/highlight the relevant Group Name and then select the “Record Manager” icon in the upper pane
Step 2: Once inside the “Record Manager”, select the “New” button found next to the “Records” banner.
  • Once in the “View Card” section, enter the field data
  • Once your data is entered correctly, select “Save/Continue” to add the photo, and once the photo is uploaded and cropped correctly select “Save/Approve
  • You can then select the “New” icon and continue adding records if needed

Import Your ID Badge Data

You can also import a long list of records. (.csv or .xls files). This process requires a higher level of skills regarding data formats.

Step 1:  Select the Import/Export Tab in the Records banner.
Step 2: Select Import Wizard from the list:
Step 3: Follow the instructions in each step

  • If you need assistance please contact our Technical Support Department
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    • Call Us at 800-909-8602

Data Integration

For customers that manage thousands of badge records, we have API and SFTP integration options that can be enabled.

API: Our API version of our Veonics Credential Database allows organizations that have IT resources that can work with API tools to securely integrate data between the Veonics Portal and their source database. The VCDB API allows more options and controls by the customer. 

SFTP: Our SFTP version of our Veonics Credential Database allows organizations the ability to securely integrate data between the Veonics Portal and their source database. The VCDB SFTP is best used when data pushes are scheduled only a few times a day.