7 Reasons You Need Electronic Access Control

There are many reasons for using electronic access control, the following are the most noteworthy eight reasons:

1. Employee Safety .

 In today’s world, anything can happen. As technology advances, we continue to grow more concerned about the security of our virtual world. But that does not mean we should ignore the growing threats to our physical world. Electronic access control can help.

2. Customize Access .

With a traditional lock in key, it can be difficult to customize which doors specific people can access. On top of that, it is impossible to limit the times at which that physical key will work. With an electronic access control system, you can give certain employees access to certain doors at specific times. Other types of users, such as admins, might have 24/7 access to every single door at all times.Access-Control

3. Deter Intruders .

Access control makes it difficult for unauthorized users or intruders to gain access to your space. Combining a CCTV system can further increase the protection and security of your building or office.

4. Reporting.

 Electronic access control is going to make this possible! With a system like Vanma key-centric access control, you can pull a report of every single person that was in the building from a specific period of time. If an incident occurs, you can pull a report that matches the time frame of the incident to get a better idea of what happened.

5. Maintaining a traditional lock and key is expensive and time-consuming.

If you have been the administrator responsible for maintaining who has access to specific doors with a traditional lock and key, you know this process can be insanely expensive, time-consuming, and downright tedious.

6. Key Duplication.

Have you ever had a house key copied for $2 at a hardware store? That is the price of security when it comes to physical keys. Even key cards today are easily copied and hackable.
With Vanma key-centric access control, each smart key is unique, impossible to duplicate, and re-programmable, enabling it to unlock one or all access points and, in the event of loss or theft, such keys can be swiftly disabled.

7. Reduce costs by eliminating changing locks.

When an employee leaves your organization and fails to return his keys, you may have to get all the locks replaced. Compare that to having an electronic access control system where a simple click of the mouse will deny that person access to the building. You will also avoid the common problem of lost or stolen keys. That will save you money!

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