Biometric technology company Zwipe is proud to announce that Rose Bruford College, London’s International Drama School of Theatre & Performance has chosen Zwipe Access as the preferred solution for the prestigious school’s security needs both for students and staff. The deployment of the Zwipe biometric solution was secured by Kodit Security, Zwipe’s distribution partner and systems integrator in the United Kingdom.
Integrated biometric access control
Speaking on the selection of Zwipe Access, David White, Facilities Manager at Rose Bruford said, “The reason we chose Zwipe Access for our educational institution is that it is such a cost-effective migration to biometric access control which fits in perfectly with our existing system hardware and software platform.”
Kodit Security specialises in electronic and physical security systems and has an extensive client network in the UK.
Commenting on the deployment, Jack Reyner, Managing Director at Kodit Security said “Kodit Security UK has always maintained a very strong relationship with Rose Bruford College spanning over 15 years. Zwipe was the most obvious and easiest way to upgrade the institution’s current systems without the cost of upgrading existing infrastructure. The issue we had come across with other biometric solutions was the high cost involved with upgrading readers and software, if not the entire system. When we realised how simple and cost-effective it would be with the Zwipe biometric access card, we grasped the opportunity. The support we receive from Zwipe is unparalleled and having worked with other solutions providers in the past, nothing else even comes close to what Zwipe can offer.”
Expanding deployment in education sector
Commenting on the order John Laws, Zwipe’s Director of Sales EMEA said, “We are very pleased that Rose Bruford College has selected our solution and are very happy to be working with such a great partner in the UK, Kodit Security. We see the education sector as an ideal use case for Zwipe Access, as it allows institutions to integrate biometric access control in a quick and cost-effective manner with existing infrastructure, either for the entire premises or for secure areas such as labs and data centres. We have seen great interest throughout Europe, and are currently making progress to secure deployments with several other universities.”