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Merit Check-in: Spend Less Time on Paperwork and More Time on Important Work.

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Picture this...

You’re managing an activity that requires participant check-ins, credential validation, and even time tracking and reporting. And it’s not a pretty picture considering all of the check-in sheets, time spent confirming participant credentials, and the countless hours adding up total participant time.

Now there’s a better solution. It’s an easy-to-use app that helps you to automate the check-in process and drastically reduce the time needed to track participant hours. That is precisely what Merit Check-in does for you.

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Merit Check-in features:

  • Activity Management & Tracking: Create an automated and trackable check-in/check-out process for each activity. 

  • Qualification Manager: Set up one or more qualification requirements that participants need to fulfill to check-in.

  • Digital Form Creator: Create customized waivers and forms for members to sign for each activity.

What can Merit Check-in do for you?

Merit Check-in offers several benefits to both organizations and merit recipients!

Organizations can: 
  • Slash the time and effort required for manual check-ins and time tracking.
  • Reduce the potential for data entry errors.
  • Capture all participant check-ins and contact details for better engagement in future communications.
While members can: 
  • Enjoy a faster check-in process. 
  • Receive Merits marking their achievements within each activity.

How to get started

Ready to get started? Follow the simple steps below!

  1. Link with Merit at https://checkinwithmerits.com/
  2. Create an activity representing your next event.
  3. Check-in your members.

If you have any questions, reach out to help@merits.com for assistance. 

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