Access Control Systems
Nearly all business’ today can benefit from access control technology. Imagine being able to assign cards or keyfob’s to your employees rather than keys. Then imagine having the ability to program those cards with user friendly software so that they only work during the hours you designate and only on the doors you designate. Turn cards on or off with just the click of a mouse, limit or restrict access to certain doors or areas, and have the ability to print detailed audit reports so you always know what’s been going on in your business. Plus by issuing cards instead of keys you’ll never have to have the locks changed again. With an access control system installed by Knight Security Systems these features can become a reality.
Businesses of all types and sizes are streamlining operations by installing access control systems. From multi level offices to membership based clubs and fitness centers, to local fire departments, we understand that one business’ access control needs may be very different from another’s. That’s why Knight Security Systems is proud to offer the latest technology in access control from some of the industry’s top manufacturer’s including Keri Systems and Honeywell Security, plus Knight Security Systems is
Knight Security Systems’ access control software platforms can also give you the ability to control all of your business’ security systems from a single interface. Your company’s Video Surveillance, Intrusion Alarms, and Card Access can now work together as one system to provide a total security solution. Instead of using codes to arm and disarm your alarm system, use your card! Want visual evidence from every time a certain employee swiped his card; it’s just a click away with powerful and cost effective integrated access control software such as Doors.Net from Keri Systems and WINPAK-SE from Honeywell Security.
To explore which Access Control solution is right for your business, contact Knight Security Systems today. We will be glad to answer all of your questions during a free security needs analysis.