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We automate the process of collecting visitor information for contact tracing through a simple, secure, and contactless experience for your guests. A lot better, not only for guest, for your employees as well.

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Fast, privacy-focused visitor registration

The best way to register who's visited

No more random collections of paper stacks containing sensitive (identifiable) data just lying around.

  • Fast (5 second) visit registration

    Enable visitors to quickly register their visit by scanning a QR code. Registering could take less than 5 seconds, so your guest will enjoy what they came for, as soon as possible.

  • Save time, and money

    Before, after and while your visitors are there, we save time. No more time wasted collecting paperlogs and desinfecting pencils. Our fair price also guarantees there's no shady business going on.

  • Don't worry about privacy

    As a venue-owner, you (or anyone with access to your account) will never see visitor data. You'll just see a visitor count (per day, week or month). Data is automatically deleted after 14 days.

  • Easily report infections

    If there's ever a need to notify visitors, we'll handle everything. Enter a day and time, based on which we will notify the responsible authorities.

  • QR codes from within your dashboard

    We will automatically generate a QR code. You can print these QR codes yourself, or order a few from us. After putting up your unique QR codes, your visitors will register their visit within a few seconds.

  • Choose what your visitors see

    In your dashboard you are free to choose what happens when a registration succeeds. Do you want to simply thank your visitor, send them to your website (or online menu) or do you want to show them a verification page?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fast, privacy-focused visitor registration
What do you do exactly?
Covisitor takes over the registrationduty and the by now well-known healthcheck conversation. Meaning we will collect and store your visitors' data, as well as that we ask the visitor about his or her health. You can turn the healthcheck option on or off yourself.
What happens if I register more than 500 visits per month?
At first, nothing. We will send you an email asking if you want to upgrade to a (paid) subscription. If you go over 500 visitors per month without upgrading for more than two months consecutively, you're given the option to cancel or upgrade your account. Do you have an active subscription? All additional visits will be billed based on usage.
Why is Covisitor not free?
We understand that the current pandemic might not be conducive to your financial situation, but we want to be able to guarantee the security of your visitors' data. That's why we think we ask a reasonable price. This enables us to never have to do anything shady with the data we store.
How long will it take before I can start?
If you register today, you can register your first visitors today. In fact, you will be up and running within five minutes! After you have created an account and a venue, you can choose to print QR codes yourself (we generate these for you). You can also order stickers.
Fast, privacy-focused visitor registration
Can I use Covisitor in multiple locations?
Absolutely! With the extended Covisitor subscription you can create as many venues as you wish. Multiple venues or different areas withing one venue that you want to keep separate? We allow you to easily create different registration pages.
What about my visitors' data?
We only store your visitors' data -securely- for 15 days. After that, all their data will be automatically deleted. As a venue owner, you don't have to worry about any of this, we do this for you. You can read more about privacy here.
Why is there no cookie notice?
Covisitor never shows (web)visitors a cookie notice, simply because we don't have to! We only use functional cookies. You can read more about cookies and privacy on our privacy and cookie page. Who likes those obscure popups anyway?