Savvas, Antony
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p76
Trade Publication
The article reports that JD Wetherspoon PLC has chosen the Trinity system from e-Cocoon to deploy a web-based compliance checking system for its door staff. The software, already in place at around 150 JD Wetherspoon's sites in Great Britain and currently being rolled out to a further 500, allows the chain to automatically check that door staff have full Security Industry Authority (SIA) accreditation. Trinity works by logging staff reporting to work. It runs an automatic check to ensure they have a valid and current SIA badge.


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