2015 has been a huge success for key and asset management company Traka. The manufacturer is predicting growth between 20 and 30 percent. It attributes a large part of its success to the extensive work completed in previous years in the U.S. markets, as the foundations set are now coming to fruition.
However, Traka has also encountered a real culture shift within the industry. Where previously key management systems and intelligent lockers for asset management were seen as a periphery issue, facilities and security managers are now starting to see it as a vital part of the overall security strategy. There is now much greater awareness of the benefits of inviting this sort of technology “into the fold.”
Need for better integration with security systems
2015 was without doubt the year the security industry sat up and noticed just how powerful and vital integration is. The Traka team believes this will develop further into 2016. The various systems that an organisation deploys to manage its security, health and safety and operational efficiency will all have to have more sophisticated and seamless integration capabilities. Traka has always been at the forefront of this and has been flying the flag for better integration for many years, so is delighted by the opportunity this shift will bring.
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