At the ISC East 2019 event at Jacob Javits Center in New York City, Morse Watchmans (ISC East booth #847) is showcasing its KeyWatcher Touch key management solutions that protect important keys and physical assets, resulting in reduced downtime, fewer losses, and improved accountability. Also featured is their latest addition, KeyWatcher Fleet which is proven to optimise fleet utilisation and longevity through key control. “Morse Watchmans has multiple decades of experience in delivering proven key management systems with extensive audit capabilities,” said Joe Granitto, COO, Morse Watchmans. “KeyWatcher Touch and KeyWatcher Fleet make it easier than ever to protect valuable investments and to streamline key management.” KeyWatcher Touch key management system Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher Touch key management system features a 7” touchscreen with an easy-to-use interface Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher Touch key management system features a 7” touchscreen with an easy-to-use interface and patented SmartKey system with KeyAnywhere technology to make it simple to withdraw and return a key securely to any key cabinet in an enterprise. KeyWatcher Touch also offers the convenience of scheduled PDF reports that are emailed to authorised recipients. Email delivery of customised or standard reports can be scheduled for any frequency or specific time, or they can be accessed using the Morse Watchmans smartphone app. KeyWatcher Fleet management solution System administrators have access to view or run reports as needed. The system also enables security management to notify a user via email when a key becomes overdue. Built on proven KeyWatcher Touch hardware, KeyWatcher Fleet is the only key control system with software designed specifically for fleet management. A dashboard displays vehicle use, bookings, status, and more. Administrators can generate quick and customisable reports to gain actionable insight on fleet utilisation and operations. Morse Watchmans Smarts Morse Watchmans Smarts lets administrators create policies to enable automatic vehicle allocation. Vehicles can be assigned by lowest mileage, most fuel, priority and more. Drivers can be notified automatically via email or text if a specific vehicle is not available, and unique pin codes or optional card or fingerprint readers provide strong key/vehicle management.
Morse Watchmans announces that its KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System has once again received LenelS2 factory certification and interfaces with the LenelS2 OnGuard version 7.5 access control security system. “Morse Watchmans has completed required factory testing at LenelS2 to validate the functionality of its interface to the OnGuard system,” said John Marchioli, OAAP product management, LenelS2. “We look forward to their continued involvement in the LenelS2 OpenAccess Alliance Program.” Unique and powerful solution “The collaboration between Morse Watchmans and LenelS2 will provide a unique and powerful solution with comprehensive capabilities within a single framework,” said Joe Granitto, COO, Morse Watchmans. “Using this interface, customers can now sync cardholders with the KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System, allowing them to remove and return assets using OnGuard access levels.” The new interface also allows administration to associate OnGuard access levels with different Key Groups, providing increased key control from within the OnGuard platform. The system’s modular design offers full scalability to enable systems to meet current and future needs.
Morse Watchmans, the provider of key and asset management, announces the latest addition to their executive management team - Tim Purpura, security industry veteran and Chairman of Mission 500, will be joining as International Sales Manager. Extensive experience “Morse Watchmans’ international sales have shown strong potential in recent years,” said Joe Granitto, COO, Morse Watchmans. “Tim’s extensive experience in the industry will help him strengthen our international sales channels and set the foundation for further growth.” Tim Purpura has been an important contributor in the security industry for more than a decade, most recently as VP and Publisher at a security publication, Security Systems News (SSN). He also holds the positions of Secretary and Chairman of the Board for the security industry’s non-profit initiative, Mission 500.
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