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HID Global’s EasyLobby SVM solution provides a more streamlined approach to managing the visitor registration process
The agreement will enable PCSC to resell HID Global’s EasyLobby® Secure Visitor Management software

HID Global®, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, recently announced that it has entered into a reseller agreement with PCSC, a designer and manufacturer of quality access control solutions. The agreement will enable PCSC to resell HID Global’s EasyLobby® Secure Visitor Management (SVM™) software as part of PCSC’s LiNC-NXG™ software, a fully browser-enabled access control system.

“Our partnership with HID Global allows PCSC to offer our customers a single, comprehensive and integrated security solution that includes many feature-rich applications such as access control, alarm monitoring and processing, and video badging now combined with visitor management,” said Al Portal, director of sales, Americas with PCSC. “The seamless integration of the enterprise-class EasyLobby SVM™ software with our LiNC-NXG system allows us to provide important new visitor management capabilities that PCSC customers can utilise across corporations, government agencies, educational institutions, healthcare and property management markets.”

HID Global’s EasyLobby SVM solution provides a more streamlined approach to managing the visitor registration process. When a visitor or contractor is badged using the SVM software, the information is automatically passed from the SVM database to LiNC-NXG and the visitor badge is activated in real-time, enabling lobby attendants to accurately and quickly record visitor information. This provides improved security within the facility and eliminates the need for a visitor paper log, which is often inaccurate and unsecure.

“HID Global is pleased to extend our relationship with PCSC through the integration of our EasyLobby SVM software with their LiNC-NXG Next Generation Security Software,” said Howard Marson, vice president and general manager with EasyLobby, an HID Global business. “The combined EasyLobby SVM and PCSC LiNC-NXG security management offering delivers an easy-to-use, more flexible visitor management solution that enables PCSC customers to efficiently grant access to visitors or contractors as required.”

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