The North East based company has joined the Gentec technology platform to greatly enhance customer experience. The partnership will provide integrated fingerprint authentication systems for better access control capabilities for users of the Genetec Security Centre.
Engineers from both ievo and Genetec have been working to ensure the ievo registration/user software directly integrates the Genetec Security centre, allowing for easy and simple access for customers. The Security Centre also communicates with the ievo systems, via the central SQL software, to make sure that the correct access and permissions are distributed.
The partnership between the two companies is designed to save customers time and money. Today, security is an ever-increasing concern and the cost of hardwired access control installations can prove staggering. This seamless integration is a cost-effective methods for ensuring security, providing an alternative choice for traditional key cards and pin systems that can leave companies vulnerable to security breaches.
Shaun Oakes, Managing Director for ievo Ltd, said: “We are excited to be joining the Genetec technology partnership program. Not only are we integrating two leading solutions for enhanced access control infrastructures, but we are also expanding our portfolio of working partnerships which will allow us to provide our system installers and end-users a wider selection of beneficial access control solutions.”
Francois Brouillet, Commercial Manager – Access Control, Genetec, said: “Our technology integration relationship with ievo for access control efficiencies comes at an exciting time for Genetec, and will provide greater flexibility and choice for our end-users, adding another competitive edge for our unified security platform in what is an evolving marketplace.”
"We are excited to be joining the Genetec technology partnership program"
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