VSys One: Volunteer Management Software

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What do you recommend for the kiosk interface?

VSys works with a wide variety of hardware for the kiosk, and we don’t recommend any specific configuration. Any Windows-compatible touch screen should work, as do a wide variety of magnetic stripe and barcode readers for instant volunteer sign-in.

The computer running the kiosk needs Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 at least 2GB of memory and a network connection to your database server. A touch screen display is easier to use, but a mouse and basic display will work, and a keyboard is optional to allow volunteers to fill out complete forms in the kiosk.

If you’re using the hosted version of VSys One, or if you internally deploy VSys One using Terminal Services, you can run VSys Kiosk using any kind of device that has a Remote Desktop client such as an iPad or other tablet.

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Is VSys One Windows- or web-based?

What are the hardware requirements?

What are the database server requirements?

Do we need the software loaded onto every computer?

Can multiple users access VSys One at once?

How can we import our existing data?

What language is VSys One developed in?

Is it open source, and can we add or modify existing features?

Does the database reside on your server or ours, and who is responsible for maintaining it?

How does VSys Web work?

How does VSys Live work?

Is the database encrypted?