Access control system

An access control system will take note of every person who walks in and out of your door throughout the day. If in an unfortunate circumstance a criminal or intruder were to trespass your premises, this log will prove invaluable in resolving the cases. It can also monitor areas like the card clocks to resolve any timekeeping issues that you might be experiencing. Furthermore, the reports can be generated to determine employee tardiness and other issues that decrease productivity

Why install access control:

  • Protection of staff
  •  It can keep tabs on staff and control their access
  • Stop intruders
  • Reporting
  • Departmental based ID cards
  • Integration
  • Never Have to Change Locks
  • Specific Preferences Available
  • Greater Safeguard

Why Your Business Should Install A Door Access Control System

The basic role of an access system is to keep unwanted guests out or at least have control of access. A storage facility can benefit from both a gate entry system and a keyless entry system for the individual storage units. Remote access is a huge benefit so individuals no longer have to travel to location to unlock or lock doors, easily done remotely saving time and money.Also, access systems are customizable so the manager can have higher limits than the employees, set the rights per individual to ensure the access level desired.

As well as controlling access to your premises, access control systems can be integrated with other operations and security systems. Alarm monitoring that will take action if an intruder does get in, and software that will track time and attendance for your employees, might be additional features you want to consider.

The best access control systems provide historical reports. It will track your employees’ activity and allow you to see exactly where they spend their time and see if they are accessing unauthorized areas. Additionally, you can receive customizable reports such as information regarding your building’s security, alarm details, open and close hours and more. Most of these reports are available via email, but many companies will send reports directly to your smartphone so you can manage your employees’ access while you are away. The reports are extremely valuable when investigating vandalism and theft.