Access Control - Level 2

Access control explained

Understanding the need for a new perspective

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Welcome to a new way of managing employee productivity

What is an access control system?

Understanding access control and implementing such systems within your organization properly offers you another level of security and reduces the risk of unauthorized access.

When implemented correctly, these systems have the potential to yield actual time and cost savings, betwenn 5% and 15% to be exact.

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Why it is so important to implement

These types of system allows full/restricted admission to different zones/areas within your premises. these systems not only saves time for those accessing areas, but it can also prevent visits from unwanted guests.

The potential to save money is endless. You no longer need security guards and now the accurate identification and verification of visitors and employees is possible. 

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Below are some of the main benefits of Access Control Systems

The protection of your physical assests as well as your workforce should be on the top of your priortity list when considering which system to choose.

Employee ease of access is greatly improved when proper systems are installed and integrated successfully.

The shift from traditional lock and key features to advanced access control does away with the need to manage individual keys. 

Savings in time and resources are immediate effects. There is no need to hire security personnel.

Gain valuable insight and data into who enters and exits your premises. Improved organizational effectiveness.

Real-time protection against unwanted visitors attempting to unlawfully enter your premises.  

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Access Control Systems - No need for traditional locks and keys

Using conventional keys has many disadvantages.

Restricting access to certain areas requires individual keys.

Traditional locks are relatively easy to pick or break.

Loosing a key means having to cut a new one.

The larger the area or premises, the more locks and keys need to be purchased.