Published April 2021
The NACCU Annual Conference is back April 19-21 and Allegion is excited to be part of the show virtually. We hope to connect with you at the booth, during our education session or at the live “Ask the Expert” session. And make sure to check out our tips for the conference.
If you’re unable to make it this year, don’t worry. There are many ways to stay up-to-date.
We had a chance to chat with Jeff Koziol before the NACCU annual conference. We asked him about what excites him most about this year’s digital event, what trends he sees making the biggest impact this year and more. Find out what he had to say in this video.
Allegion will have a booth in the virtual expo hall where you can talk with our higher education consultants. They’re knowledgeable on new credential technologies, interoperability and more. All you have to do is guide your avatar into our booth and our experts will be ready to chat.
Get your questions ready. Jeff Koziol, higher education sales leader at Allegion, will be joined by Mark McKenna from University of Vermont and Ken Boyer from Mercer University for a live “Ask the Expert” session at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20. Ask them anything!
Connect with Allegion’s higher education alliances. See more information about them below.
You’ll hear from your peers Mike Henderson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Mike Hovestol, University of Notre Dame, during Allegion’s education session at 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21. They are joining Koziol to explain how universities can take greater control of their future and the value of owning their campus credentials. Learn more about the session, "Don't Fall into the Trap: How Custom Encryption Keys Keep Credential Control in Your Hands."
Allegion’s booth is filled with interactive learning opportunities. Take the pop quiz then click around to find tips for choosing new campus credentials and answers to common questions about mobile student IDs.
A seamless campus experience isn’t possible without our strategic alliances. Make sure to virtually drop by these vendors’ booths to learn how we work together so you can offer a better credential experience.