Tech-enabled mobile security services company, The Keyholding Company, aims to disrupt the original keyholding model for businesses by detatching the necessity for mechanical keys and saving clients around 87% on the key management and access services costs.

Smart Access uses cloud-enabled smart locks, alongside a mobile key app, to displace the need for a specialist keyholder. Access rights are managed through The Keyholding Company’s well-established Smart Security Platform, which connects clients making use of their operational systems for smarter job data and booking insight. Like all data collected in the field, Smart Access data is manufactured accessible so clients can interrogate access logs instantly, understand trends, and pinpoint trouble spots on the estate.

Businesses can save well on key and lock replacements also, ad-hoc third-party access costs, and temporary guarding fees, in addition to use the platform to lessen administration time. Averaging these expenses, The Keyholding Company calculate that businesses could reduce their expenditure in these areas by around 87%, each year equating to a lot of money, per property.

For The Keyholding Company’s CEO, Charlie Gordon Lennox, Smart Access can be an essential next thing for the industry, even though it challenges the a number of the company’s existing resources of revenue.

“Change is inevitable, and we should be ready to disrupt our very own industry with progressive solutions. We play the role of two steps ahead at The Keyholding Company always. The introduction of Smart Access is really a calculated risk, but we strongly believe that it is the continuing future of keyholding since it supplies the most value to your clients, that will result in growth to your business ultimately.”

Alongside cutting expenses and providing detailed gain access to data, Smart Access furthermore:

  • Assists improve risk profiles through the elimination of the risk of lost, transferred or even duplicated keys
  • Enables faster response periods by removing the necessity for responders to detour and gather keys
  • Reduces carbon emissions by reducing the amount of access-related journeys spent gathering keys
  • Has a faster set up period than traditional wired entry control solutions

Smart Accessibility shall launch with either two different devices, a good door lock and the wall-mounted smart key container, with other devices to shortly follow. A month which include installation and maintenance pricing starts at only £30.

Compatible with nearly every door type and included in a host of protection accreditations to make sure complete digital and physical safety, Smart Access signals another stage for expert keyholding.

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