Assa Abloy White Paper: ‘How Can Access Control Systems Improve Security and Reduce Costs?’

Assa Abloy Security Solutions has launched a downloadable White Paper to discuss how access control systems can be a convenient and cost-effective security solution for building owners and facilities managers at a time when capex budget is often being restricted.

The White Paper (entitled: ‘How Can Access Control Systems Improve Security and Reduce Costs?’) discusses the challenging and complex issues that arise from this question.

Nojmol Islam – product manager at Assa Abloy Security Solutions and author of the White Paper – explained: “The plethora of access control systems available, be they standalone, wireless or fully integrated, can seem like both a help and a hindrance to time-constrained facilities managers and security professionals. For many buildings, it’s necessary to strike a balance between creating a welcoming environment and a secure environment – all the while factoring in budgeting restrictions.”

Assa Abloy's latest White Paper

Assa Abloy’s latest White Paper

He continued: “At Assa Abloy Security Solutions, we have extensive experience of helping business owners find an adequate balance between security, risk and cost when employing access control systems and have shared our knowledge in this latest White Paper.”

Assa Abloy Security Solutions wishes to stimulate debate and encourages views and contributions on the content of this latest White Paper.

Download your copy at: http://www.assaabloy.co.uk/en/local/uk/Support/White-Papers-/

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