As an ASSA ABLOY company, Traka shared its stand with other brands in the group, demonstrating the advanced integration capabilities

Traka showed visitors how it’s key and asset management products can integrate with software

Traka, the key and asset management specialist, reports positive feedback from the security industry after attending IFSEC 2015, with an overwhelming response to its integration capabilities.

On its stand, Traka showed visitors first-hand how its key and asset management products can integrate with software like OnGuard from Lenel and AEOS from NEDAP. The event gave the company an opportunity to show visitors how the specification and installation process is made easier when products and software are made compatible with large OEM integrators.

Advanced integration capabilities

As an ASSA ABLOY company, Traka shared its stand with other brands in the group, demonstrating the advanced integration capabilities that are available through the ‘global leader in door opening solutions.’

Tanveer Choudhry, Global Marketing Manager for Traka, said: “IFSEC 2015 was all about demonstrating the strength that Traka has in integrating its key and asset management products with customer systems.”

“The security industry has gone past the point of experimenting and educating itself about integrating various solutions, it is now very real and imperative that systems can share data and work together to provide effective security solutions for modern enterprises.”

Benefits of open integration compatibility

“What was fascinating about our stand at the show this year is how we could talk in depth to customers about challenges they are facing, and advise them about solutions from other ASSA ABLOY brands. Each brand talked about solutions that fitted a variety of different challenges in different areas, but also how ASSA ABLOY’s philosophy rested around one clear theme; the benefits of open integration compatibility.”

“Looking around the exhibition, and noticing the healthy footfall it was clear that these were the words on everybody’s lips. What was different about Traka was that we were able to talk to visitors in the wider context of what we can offer through the vast range of solutions available through the ASSA ABLOY Group, as well as through our own product offering.”

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