How to Protect the Safety of Beverage Factory?

The beverage factory has more than 250 employees. The factory produces energy drinks, mineral water, mixed drinks, iced tea, prosecco, wine, grappa, vodka, rum, tequila, gin, sambuca, whisky and herbal liqueur as well as snacks. Theirs Products are sold in more than 58 countries and have their own logistics center at the headquarters.

Now they are looking for a new access control system for the headquarters because the previous electronic locking system did not work reliably. Even if the employee is granted permission, the door cannot be opened.

The core requirements of the beverage factory are stable functions and differentiated and clear access management. Secondly, scalability is required. Because the headquarters will not replace all the locks together, but replace them in stages. Moreover, the company is a multinational company and will expand to branches in other countries in the future.

Beverage Factory

Vanma smart lock meets the above requirements:

  1. Flexible Authorization: Each key can be authorized by the software, allowing the key to unlocking which lock, or what period to unlock, convenient for management. The permission is granted only on the employee’s working day, and the lock cannot be opened at other times.
  2. Record Lock/Unlock Information: according to the Vanma smart lock management system, the records can be viewed, and the responsibility can be traced back to the specific employee.
  3. One key unlocks multiple locks: Smart electronic lock unlock needs to be equipped with a special electronic key, and this one electronic key can unlock multiple electronic locks, unlock more efficiently, solve the key clutter, management difficulties. And the number of keys can be reduced from 3,00 to 1,10.
  4. Blacklist: When the key is lost, a blacklist can be set in the smart lock system so that the lost key does not have any permission to unlock any lock.

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