Full steam ahead for healthcare access digitisation

Last October, we reported on ground-breaking innovations in the public sector, with proof-of-concepts linking – and streamlining - physical access and visitor management processes with wider corporate data systems. We highlighted one project that has particular promise: a major healthcare trust undertaking a proof-of-concept (POC) trial to test the potential of full physical and digital [...]

The clear benefits of managing systems from a single pane of glass

Adam Foster, Technical Director, Data Installation & Supplies (DIS) As organisations look to become more agile they are turning to innovative software that lets them manage everything from a single pane of glass, without the cost or complexity of a PSIM In doing so, they are taking advantage of an exciting new generation of enterprise-class, [...]

Protecting the chain: supporting security and efficiency in logistics settings

Disruption to global supply chains over recent months has highlighted how essential logistics are to modern life. The efficient supply of goods and materials underpins every aspect the global economy and this efficiency has been raised to impressive levels by the integration of systems, technology, people and processes.. We all now benefit from highly integrated [...]

Better ways in: how digitisation is leading the way towards access efficiency

Some public sector organisations are now experimenting with digitisation of staff and visitor building access control, with pilot schemes aiming to align the management of these systems with existing corporate databases and systems access processes, to significantly reduce the data-duplication and administrative burden imposed by existing solutions. – including HR functions that have long been [...]

Homeworking or not – transforming your siloed access control into integrated visitor management will offer huge benefits

As organisations look ahead to re-opening their premises, we are seeing different approaches being suggested by major employers in different sectors.  Some are favouring an increase in homeworking, and others insisting that a large-scale return to the office is now essential. For example, investment bank Goldman Sachs believes that fostering a “collaborative and innovative” corporate [...]

Don’t drop the ball with visitor management – make a great first impression

Visitors are always important. The next person who walks through that door might be an important customer, a potential partner or someone you want to join your team. And it’s not just business settings – in multi-purpose buildings these often encompass residential locations and visitors will include friends, family, and important guests. So, you should [...]

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