An electronic access control system offers several advantages over traditional locks and keys. Here are 8 of the most important to keep in mind when considering your access control options:
While physical keys can be copied very easily, duplicating electronic keys requires a much higher degree of sophistication. This makes your access system much more secure than it could ever be with physical keys.
An electronic user database means that you never have to change locks at your sites. If a key card is ever lost, it can be removed from the database and a new one can be issued. If an employee leaves your company, his or her access rights can be deleted within seconds. This greatly lowers your overall exposure to risk.
With electronic access, your single key or access code grants you access to every door you need to access, so there's no chance of forgetting the key for a particular door. If you get to a site where you need access and you are not recognized by the system, a network operator can add you or your supervisor to the list instantly.
If a tech needs extra access to handle an emergency in the field, his or her rights can be updated. This way, the tech can travel straight to the emergency without returning to the office, reducing costly windshield time and accelerating repairs.
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