How access control systems can help you:
Control who is entering your premises; where and when
Protect employees, visitors, property and sensitive information
Secure certain sectors of a building
Reduce timesheet procedures
Integrate with HR systems for ease of monitoring and data management
Integrate with other security systems for centralised management of the site
Assist with car park management
Help compliance with requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act
Increase security with Photo ID
Control access to a wide variety of other facilities or equipment, such as vending machines or PCs, using smartcard technology. 
The key considerations for Access Control are:
Location and number of sites
Number of areas and points to be controlled
Layout of the building
Number and turnover of employees
Number and access required internally for visitors
Disabled access
How the system will be managed internally
Future growth of the organisation
Level of security required
Need to incorporate other requirements such as library cards or cashless vending

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