3 Considerations for Choosing a Commercial Door Entry System

Your business has some important factors to finalize before making a purchasing decision

3 Considerations for Choosing a Commercial Door Entry System

Commercial door entry systems are an essential component of your building security system. If your Memorial, TX business is considering investing in an access control system to manage facility movements and access, there are several factors you should consider before making a final purchasing decision. Keep the following considerations in mind to guide you toward a system that will meet your unique business needs. 

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1. Access Control Components

Your business has multiple options for keyless access control components:

  • Keypads with PINs
  • Card readers with keycards or fobs
  • Biometric scanners with eye, facial or palm readers
  • A mobile device reader (smartphone, tablet or wearable)

If you have a large location with several access-controlled areas and numerous people entering and leaving every day, consider a large-scale system with multi-factor authentication to ensure tighter, more controllable security.

2. Integration Compatibility

Are you planning to integrate surveillance, fire alarms, intrusion alarms, and other security devices with your access control system? Integrated security allows you to respond faster and more proactively when a threat occurs at your business location. But keep in mind that not all access control systems integrate with third-party devices. You need to look for an open platform with flexible interoperability and compatibility with different security devices.

3. Management

Sophisticated access control software allows you to manage access privileges for employees, staff and vendors, view reports of comings and goings throughout the day, and analyze traffic flow data in your location. But who will oversee managing and monitoring your data? Will the supervisor who chooses access privileges for a new employee be the same person who responds to notifications that an employee is attempting unauthorized access? Which administrators and managers need backend access to monitor and make changes within the system? Who will be responsible for uploading employee information and setting up access levels when the new system is implemented? These are all questions that should be answered to ensure you have the staffing capacity to manage a new system.  

Do you want to find out more about which commercial door entry systems are the best fit for your Memorial, TX, business? Our team of security experts would love to help. Reach out by giving us a call, filling out our contact form or chatting with us below.

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