AMAG Technology, a security solution provider specialising in access control, video management, policy-based identity solutions and visitor management, welcomes Allegion as the newest certified member of the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program. Allegion’s Schlage AD-400 Wireless Locks integrate with AMAG’s latest Symmetry Access Control software. AMAG Technology and Allegion cooperatively tested and approved this integration.
Wide access control deployment
“Our partnership with Allegion will allow customers to deploy access control more widely and in areas where they may not have been able to justify the cost,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President of Products, Dave Ella. “We welcome Allegion to the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program and look forward to a long-lasting relationship.”
Customised security solution
“With the AD-Series, Symmetry users will be able to customise a solution to secure their facilities today while protecting their access control investment for years to come,” said Brad Aikin, Electronics Portfolio Leader at Allegion. “The modular, open architecture AD-Series lets users customise door openings with options such as credential reader type, networking, finish and levers to create a perfect fit.”
Security management system
Symmetry customers can install access control on more doors by integrating the Schlage AD-400 wireless lock into their security management system, eliminating the need to run wires to each access point, reducing time and associated labour costs. Schlage AD-Series wireless electronic locking systems provide options – credentials, styles, and modes – that add to the Symmetry system’s flexibility, scalability, and control. For instance, Symmetry customers can now simply and efficiently extend their present card systems to individual offices, cleaning closets and college dorm rooms.
Allegion is a global pioneer in safety and security. Focusing on security around the door and adjacent areas, Allegion produces a range of solutions for homes, businesses, schools, and other institutions.