What is an Access Control System?

At its core, an Access Control system is a way to control who is allowed to enter a location and what times they are authorized to do so. You can utilize these systems to grant or deny access to employees, vendors, contractors, or visitors. A location can be anything from a job site, building, a single room, or a drawer containing sensitive information.

ACCESS CONTROL BENEFITS
  • Increased safety for your employees

  • Increased ease of access for employees

  • Reduce theft with a visible deterrent

  • Secure sensitive information, assets or equipment

  • Reduce accidents by securing areas with specialized equipment or hazardous chemicals

  • Know who is coming and going at all times

  • No more lost keys and replacing locks

ACCESS CONTROL FEATURES
  • Create custom access levels for employees, contractors, and visitors

  • Automatically lock and unlock doors

  • Create customized schedules by employee or contractor

  • Create custom reports for auditing, tracking, and insurance purposes

  • Update or remove access from one central location

  • You can integrate with other building protection systems

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Why does my business need an Access Control System?

Access Control systems provide an efficient and cost-effective way for a business to secure their people, property, and assets. They can also provide detailed reports on your employees’ comings and goings and contractors that work in your building. If you have multiple locations, you can even network them together to manage Access Control from one central location.

Access Control Systems Provide Increased Security, Safety and Control

By implementing an Access Control system, you have the power over the following:

WHO HAS ACCESS

You can create custom access levels for the different types of visitors who need access to your building, and you can amend or revoke access with a couple of keystrokes.

WHAT CAN A PERSON ACCESS

You have full control down to the individual who can access a job site, building, a single room, or a drawer.

WHEN DOES A PERSON HAVE ACCESS

You can lock down your location based on a person’s role in the organization, or grant access to allow deliveries to be made in the middle of the night.

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