Access Control Levels
How the correct Access Control Systems help you save
Where do you start when looking at physical admission?
Understanding Access Control Systems
Access Control Systems play a crucial role in any organization striving to regulate access at multiple levels. These systems utilize different hardware components and methods to either restrict or permit entry to buildings, offices, or locations. It is imperative to implement Access Control Systems to minimize security threats and enhance productivity within the organization.
Furthermore, these systems typically include locked gates, doors or barriers which can be opened using identity authentication methods such RFID access cards, pin codes, face recognition, finger prints as well as smartphones to allow entry to a building or certain area.
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Hardware is the key to physical admittance
Hardware to compliment your solution
Additionally, proper implementation of access limitations can yield results between 5% – 15% savings on time or productivity, sometimes even more. Because the level of savings depends on your current clocking discipline and control, this requires active monitoring.
Subsequently, different hardware combinations can also be utilized to increase savings within your organization. We’ve broken these possibilities down to 5 levels (follow the link at the bottom of this page).
Understanding saving through physical access
Access Control Systems can save you money
Finally, using the correct hardware can vastly improve your productivity and save time. Whenever employees clock in late or leave early from work, because of this, lost productivity adds up.
We have done the effort to simplify what we consider to be different levels of control in order to help you to better understand what would suit you best.
The following levels will guide you through the various options and solutions pertaining to advanced access control. Learn how the integration of access control hardware and software can be utilized for organizational effectiveness.
You would be able to achieve maximum productivity, or savings, by implementing a combination of all possibilities. Start with level 1!