29 Sep ievo Chosen for Retail Door Access Control
Providing door entry solutions for over five years, ievo Ltd has once again been favoured over biometric fingerprint competitors due to the reliability and usability of the system. ievo products were installed alongside Paxton Net2 for door access control and Thinking Software’s Rota Horizon solution to track employees time and attendance throughout the premises and to aid payroll.
14 ievo biometric readers were used in total, a combination of both the ultimate and micro for dual internal and external use. The ultimate fingerprint scanners were used in the warehouse and external doors where users may be exposed to certain environmental or occupational conditions for example dampness or dust/dirt. The micro fingerprint reader was used for internal doors, mainly in the offices and showroom.
Uniquely, over 100 registered employees can scan in and out on any of the 14 biometric devices in order to log their attendance and Thinking Software’s Rota Horizon is used to supply HR with scan login times for hours worked and breaks taken. An iPad is installed on the main door entrance which links to the scanning logs so users can see who is on the premises at any one time. This is incredibly effective for health & safety inspections and fire roll calls.
IT Manager for Gear4music, Daniel Drogie tells of the simplicity of managing the ievo system once installed, “One of our key requirements for this refurbishment was choosing a security system that was accurate and could be easily managed once installation was complete… ievo was able to provide this alongside the reliability of the products.”
You can view and download this case study here: Gear4Music – Case Study.