Morse Watchmans Provides Key Control Whitepaper

February 04, 2014 - Press Release

Morse Watchmans has published a whitepaper about deploying key control and asset management solutions for both facilities and vehicles, such as designing and customizing a system, software add-ons and system integration, and an introduction to the technology.

"The challenge in today's physical security market goes beyond adding new technology solutions," said Fernando Pires, the company's vice president of sales and marketing. "We need to ensure that the benefits and value of the technology are fully realized."

Key control and asset management technology is seeing significant growth across a broad range of applications, as it offers a reliable and cost-effective method to improve building security by ensuring that facility keys are properly managed with regard to access, storage, and tracking.

"By capitalizing on the insights provided in this whitepaper, organizations can better adopt and utilize key management technology to realize decreased operational and financial risk," said Pires.

The whitepaper introduces key control system solutions as an integral component of an overall security plan and helps guide users through an implementation.

The publication, "Best Practices Provide Best Value When Implementing Key Control and Asset Management Systems," has been posted on the company's website.

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