Commercial keyless entrance systems, also referred to as access control systems, allow business owners to dramatically increase the security of their commercial property. These systems provide many advantages to both employers and employees, including increased security, lower risk of crime and vandalism, easier monitoring of employees, and more. Because commercial buildings are more susceptible to theft than other types of property, key systems can make your company’s commercial property much safer and therefore significantly reduce your risk of losses of revenue. However, you need to choose the right system for the right building.
The Future of Keyless Entry
The first thing to consider when choosing an access control system is how large or small your building is. Many systems can be operated by just one individual, whereas others will require several people to operate. Also, consider the type of key system that you have installed. If your key system is hard-wired to your building’s electrical system, you are more protected than if the system were portable and was not hard-wired into your electrical system. If your company does not have a key-based system, your company will still benefit from these systems because these systems provide you with a physical access control system that prevents your employees from being able to bypass the system to gain unauthorized access to the building.
However, if you have a key system that is not hard-wired into the building’s electrical system, you will want to consider purchasing an integrated key system, which includes a keypad that is linked to the door itself. This way, no matter what type of key system is in place on your commercial property, the employee cannot bypass your system and gain access to the building’s doors.