We cannot future-proof our business, and we cannot hold on forever to the way things have always been done. While this reality should be sobering for some, for those of us willing to embrace innovative new ways of doing business, it can open the door to a bright future.
There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to access control. While the various verticals share a common need for physical security and access control, each has a very specific set of requirements to keep buildings safe and secure.
The $30 million renovation of the 17-story luxury retirement community included a significant upgrade to the door openings, and American Direct and AccessNsite were brought on board at the beginning of the project to design and deliver a totally integrated safety and security solution for 119 resident units and common areas.
Check out the latest issue of Total Access for news and insights from the safety and security industry, including our latest high-profile projects, emerging trends, and valuable resources and education.
According to Memoori Research industry report, there is great opportunity for companies willing to innovate and reimagine new ways of doing business. Jerry Glynn, Chief Information Officer for American Direct and Chief Technology Officer for AccessNsite, provides insight on the report's findings and what it means for American Direct.
American Direct President, Byron Whetstone, calls upon the construction industry to put safety and security at the forefront of every project to better protect the people who will occupy the buildings being built.
American Direct President, Byron Whetstone, introduces ClientLINK, our online project intelligence portal offering the data and responsiveness our clients need to ensure their projects run smoothly and efficiently.
American Direct's access control product, AccessNsite, goes beyond access control. It is smart, simple, and seamless and transforms data into ever-expanding intelligence that ultimately saves time, money, and stress. But most importantly, it saves lives by keeping buildings safe and secure.