Accreditation Management

Wings has created GetYourBadge, its own accreditation management system, in 2005.
Since then, the system has been continuously developed by applying the latest available technologies, increasing its functionalities and effectiveness.
Today the suite is made of two integrated systems of accreditation management: (on-line accreditation procedure), GetYourBadge Unplugged (accreditation center management tool).

ON LINE ACCREDITATION PROCEDURE is a versatile system that adapts to all different kinds of categories of accreditation.
Every accreditation category is different from the other: offers different features and different paths, depending on the category those are subscribing – and those who are evaluating the requests – belong to.
Residing entirely in the web, represents an immediate interface for whoever formulates an accreditation request, preserving the highest standards of safety. that already has a very solid and fully tested structure can obviously be personalized to the needs of the organization.


GetYourBadge Unplugged is the new born accreditation centre management system: an enormous step forward for the GetYourBadge suite that after more than 13 years and various releases that kept it always up with times, has totally changed its skin.
‘Moving forward to meet your needs!’ is the motto of the new system, based on mobile devices like smartphones and tablet, with the operators free to move in the accreditation centre using an interface that makes every action quicker because of their similarity with actions everyone owning a mobile device performs every day.
Notebooks, their adaptors and webcams disappeared from the Accreditation Centres managed by Wings. With a drastic reduction of the backup equipment (every device can be immediately replaced by any smartphone or tablet, without needing to install any software), expedition costs and accreditation centre setup times are reduced too, with consequent savings for Wings’ costumers.
The system maintains all the traditional functionalities of GetYourBadge such as the face recognition tool that automatically cuts and resizes the pictures transforming them into a headshot of the size that the photo must have on the badge, or the batch import from excel files including the association of the pictures related to the records they contain.
The software prints on any kind of badge media. It is possible to plan the badge print optimizing the production costs as they can be printed both on pre-printed or blank media, thanks to a print configuration tool.
It is also possible to print, for the same event, with different layouts, on different printers, and as consequence on different media, badges belonging to different categories.
Reports and Statistics can be automatically generated in real time, both from the software and a web interface, delivering directly via e-mail the reports in excel format


To complete its accreditation services, Wings hands out a very useful service for major events: the control of the accesses to the most different areas of the event.

Thanks to bar code or magnetic readers or RF-ID sensors, Wings access control system allows security staff immediately examining the right to access of an accreditation holder: such a more effective control than the simple visual check.

The access control system, that is synchronized with the accreditation server, offers a wider image of the photo  than the one printed on the badge, as well as a clear visual and sound signal over the possibility for the accreditation holder to have access to that area or not.

It is also possible to set up an outstation and collect statistics data concerning the flows and the presences within the area.

Multichannel platform: mail + sms (text messages) 

When users apply for an accreditation request, they are invited to join the SMS and mail alert services.  These services are not only for informative communication about the event.

Wings offers indeed to the administrators the possibility to send service communication that can be addressed to  all the participants to the event, or even just to some of them: reminder of meetings or reserved news and updates can be sent immediately to one or more categories, or even only to selected people belonging to one of the main groups.

It is easy to imagine the usefulness of this service that in a major event can assure to the organization the opportunity to reach  all the people interested to a particular information.

Communication can be either sent both via text message and e-mail.


Some of the most significant numbers of the performances of the accreditation procedures system by Wings:


The average of delivered badges in all 5 World Championships that

the International Cycling Union organizes every year


Journalists from all over the world registered in service

dedicated to the International Cycling Union


of them, being ‘trusted users’, can apply by answering a SMS message and be automatically accredited to the UCI events


The total number of accreditation managed for the FIVB Men’s Volleyball World Championship Italia 2010


The total number of accreditation managed in a single accreditation centre for the 2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Florence

Slightly less than 1000

The delivered badges in two hours on the first opening day of the accreditation centre for the  Cyclo-cross World Championships in Hooglede-Gits, Belgium


The average length of time spent in the accreditation centre by the participants to the Track World Championships in Manchester (Great Britain) to pick up their badges


The accreditation centres set up in forty days for the women and under 26 cycling Tour of Italy


Accreditation centers set up in fifteen days for the FIVB Men’s Volleyball World Championships Italia


Main Sports World Championships accreditation centres simultaneously open in September 2010: Volleyball (Milan, Turin, Modena, Verona, Trieste, R. Calabria – Italy) and Road Cycling (Geelong – Australia)


The continents where Get Your Badge accreditation centres had been set up


Italian Football Federation – National A Team – on site accreditation management
Italy – France (Parma, November 2012)
Italy – Spain (Siena, November 2012)
Italy – Malta (Florence, September 2015)
Italy – Bulgaria (Palermo, September 2015)
Italy – Norway (Roma, October 2015)
Italy – Romania (Bologna, November 2015)
Italy – Spain (Udine, March 2016)
Italy – Finland (Verona, June 2016)
Italy – France (Bari, September 2016)
Italy – Spain (Turin, October 2016)
Italy – Germany (Milan, November 2016)
Italy – Albania (Palermo, March 2017)
Italy – San Marino (Empoli, May 2017)
Italy – Liechtenstein (Udine, June 2017)
Italy – Israel (Reggio Emilia, September 2017)
Italy – Macedonia (Turin, October 2017)
Italy – Sweden (Milan, November 2017)
Italy – Netherlands (Turin, June 2018)
Italy – Poland (Bologna, September 2018)
Italy – Portugal (Milan, November 2018)
Italy – Finland (Udine, March 2019)
Italy – Liechtenstein (Parma, March 2019)
Italy – Bosnia-Herzegovina (Turin, June 2019)
Italy – Greece (Rome, October 2019)
Italy – Armenia (Palermo, November 2019)

Italian Football Federation Under 21 Team – on site accreditation management
Italy – Germany (Andria, February 2013)
Italy – Russia (Cittadella, March 2013)
Italy – Ukraine (B. del Grappa – March 2013)
Italy – France (Venezia, June 2016)
Italy – Serbia (Vicenza, September 2016)
Italy – Andorra (La Spezia, September 2016)
Italy – Spain (Rome – March 2017)
Italy – Slovenia (Cittadella, September 2017)
Italy – Morocco (Ferrara, October 2017)
Italy – Russia (Frosinone, November 2017)
Italy – Norway (Perugia, March 2018)
Italy – Albania (Cagliari, September 2018)
Italy – Belgium (Udine, October 2018)
Italy – Tunisia (Vicenza, October 2018)
Italy – England (Ferrara, November 2018)
Italy – Germany (Reggio Emilia, November 2018)
Italy – Austria (Trieste, March 2019)
Italy – Croatia (Frosinone, March 2019)
Italy – Moldova (Catania, September 2019)
Italy – Luxembourg (Castel di Sangro, September 2019)
Italy – Iceland (Ferrara, November 2019)
Italy – Armenia (Catania, November 2019)

Italian Football Federation (FIGC) 2005 – 2019
Software for home matches accreditation management
On-line accreditation system
Disabled people on-line accreditation system

AC Milan: 2006-2013
Software for home matches accreditation management
On-line accreditation system for AC Milan: 2008-2013

Season badges AC Milan 2006/2013

CONI-AIA-FIGC on-line accreditation system for AC Milan: 2008-2013

Disabled people on-line accreditation system for AC Milan: 2008-2014


FIVB Men’s Volleyball World Championship Italia 2010:
Rome, Milan, Turin, Florence, Reggio Calabria, Modena, Ancona, Trieste, Verona, Catania

FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship Italia 2014:
Bari, Rome, Milan, Modena, Trieste, Verona


UCI Road Cycling World Championships:
Salzburg (AUT) 2006
Stuttgart (GER) 2007
Varese (ITA) 2008
Mendrisio (SUI) 2009
Melbourne Geelong (AUS) 2010
Copenhagen (DEN) 2011
Valkenburg (NED) 2012
Tuscany (ITA) 2013
Ponferrada (ESP) 2014
Richmond (USA) 2015
Doha (QAT) 2016
Bergen (Nor) 2017
Innsbruck (AUT) 2018
Yorkshire (GBR) 2019

UCI Track Cycling World Championships:
Bordeaux (FRA) 2006
Palma de Mallorca (ESP) 2007
Manchester (GBR) 2008
Pruszkov (POL) 2009
Copenhagen (DEN) 2010
Apeldoorn (NED) 2011
Melbourne (AUS) 2012
Minsk (BLR) 2013
Cali (COL) 2014
Saint Quentin – en – Yvelines (FRA) 2015
London (GBR) 2016
Hong Kong (HKG) 2017
Apeldoorn (NED) 2018
Pruszkow (POL) 2019

UCI MTB Cycling World Championships:
Rotorua (NZL) 2006
Ft William (GBR) 2007
Val di Sole (ITA) 2008
Canberra (AUS) 2009
Sainte Anne (CAN) 2010
Champery (SUI) 2011
Saalfelden – Leogang (AUT) 2012
Pietermarizburg (RSA) 2013
Hafjell (NOR) 2014
Vallnord (AND) 2015
Nove Mesto Na Morave (CZE) – XCO – 2016
Val di Sole (ITA) – DH 4X – 2016
Cairns (AUS) 2017
Lenzerheide (SUI) 2018
Mt St Anne (CAN) 2019

UCI Cyclo-cross Cycling World Championships:
Zeddam (NED) 2006
Hogelede-Gits (BEL) 2007
Treviso (ITA) 2008
Hoogereide (NED) 2009
Tabor (CZE) 2010
St. Wendel (GER) 2011
Koksijde (BEL) 2012
Louisville (USA) 2013
Hoogerheide (NED) 2014
Tabor (CZE) 2015
Zolder (BEL) 2016
Bieles (LUX) 2017
Valkenburg (NED) 2018
Bogensee (DEN) 2019

UCI BMX Cycling World Championships:
Sao Paulo (BRA) 2006
Victoria (CAN) 2007
Taiyuan (CHN) 2008
Adelaide (AUS) 2009
Pietermaritzburg (RSA) 2010
Copenhagen (DEN) 2011
Birmingham (GBR) 2012
Auckland (NZL) 2013
Rotterdam (NED) 2014
Zolder (BEL) 2015
Medellin (COL) 2016
Rock Hill (USA) 2017
Baku (AZN) 2018
Zolder (BEL) 2019

UCI Urban Cycling World Championships:
Chengdu (CHN) 2017- 2018 – 2019

UEC Track Cycling Elite European Championships
St Quentin en Yvelin (FRA) 2016
Berlin (GER) 2017
Apeldoorn (NED) 2019

UEC MTB European Championships
Brno (CZE) 2019

UEC Road European Championships
Alkmaar (NED) 2019

UEC Cyclocross European Championships
Silvelle (ITA) 2019

UCI Road – Track Junior World Championships Cape Town (RSA) 2008

UCI “B” World Championships Cape Town (RSA) 2007

IPCT Paracycling World Championships Aigle (SUI) 2007

UCI MTB World Cup 2006 – 2007

UCI MTB Nissan World Cup 2008 – 2009

UCI Trials World Cup Finals Rotorua (NZL) 2009

UCI MTB World Cup 2010 – 2016

UCI MTB Mercedes-Benz World Cup 2010 – 2019

UCI BMX Supercross 2006 – 2019

UCI Track Junior World Championships – Aigle (SUI) 2018

Giro d’Italia Under 26 2006

Women Giro d’Italia 2006

Horse jumping:

82° Csio Rome – Nations Cup – Piazza di Siena (Rome) 2014

83° Csio Rome – Nations Cup – Piazza di Siena (Rome) 2015

84° Csio Rome – Nations Cup – Piazza di Siena (Rome) 2016

Field Hockey:

Samsung World Cup Qualifier Women Roma (ITA) 2006

European Nations Trophy Women Roma (ITA) 2009

Ice Skating:

2012–2019 On-line accreditation system for ISU (International Skating Union)


season badges 2014 – 2019


Forum Fitness 2007
Wellness Marketing Power – (Rome) March 2018


Convegno Associazione Nazionale Etologi e Nutrizionisti Italiani 2009