|The acquistion delivers a number of potential synergies with HID Global's portfolio|
HID Global, trusted leader in solutions for the delivery of secure identity, recently announced the company has acquired EasyLobby, the industry leader in secure visitor management solutions. The acquisition delivers a number of potential synergies with HID Global's portfolio across its identity and access management business.
EasyLobby is the pioneer and market-leading provider of comprehensive visitor management solutions. The company's product suite provides enterprise-class visitor registration, tracking, reporting, badge printing, asset and package management, web-based pre-registration, and employee/contractor time and attendance functionality, and is tightly integrated with a wide variety of access control, human resources and other systems. EasyLobby products complement and extend HID Global's portfolio, and have been deployed across a large and diverse base that is well-aligned with HID Global's physical access control customer base.
"EasyLobby is a strategic acquisition that delivers strong potential synergies across multiple high-value market segments," said HID Global president and CEO Denis Hébert. "The addition of EasyLobby's product suite, large installed base and strong customer engagements will enable us to broaden our offering to include trusted solutions for a wide range of visitor management applications. Additionally, this acquisition brings us a talented team with a highly complementary skillset.""We are very excited to become part of HID Global, a global company at the very heart of the security industry. This combination adds industry-leading secure visitor management solutions to the world's most comprehensive offering of physical access control and secure card issuance systems," said Howard Marson, EasyLobby CEO. "Together, our extended range of products creates a highly differentiated portfolio that will drive new opportunities for our mutual customers and partners, across all geographic regions of the world."