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Morse Watchmans launches new KeyWatcher TrueTouch software for managing key control systems

Published on 17 September, 2011

Morse Watchmans introduces its new KeyWatcher TrueTouch software, which delivers unparalleled support and functionality for the new KeyWatcher Touch key management system. The new software package comprises the KeyWatcher TrueTouch client interface and the KeyWatcher Server for enhanced administration and control of the KeyWatcher Touch system.

"KeyWatcher TrueTouch software capability is a new benchmark in managing key control systems," said Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. "It simplifies the key management process for end users while enhancing the security of physical keys and small items."

The KeyWatcher TrueTouch client interface is designed to run all programming, remote functions and reports for your enterprise. The new interface, similar in concept to popular access control systems, helps make day-to-day operations and activities easier and more fluid. For example, users can be added from a global list and all specific settings (added or modified), will be automatically synchronised across the system. Profiles can be assigned for improved user control and administrative access levels are designed to allow reports only or alarms only in addition to the other access levels available for various types of users.

Reports generated by KeyWatcher TrueTouch are available in landscape or portrait format with color interspaced lines for easier reading. Automated/scheduled reports will be available in a future version.

The KeyWatcher TrueTouch Server is designed for installation on a dedicated computer and can be connected to a KeyWatcher via a network connection or via USB. The server is the main interface for the client software and performs all synchronisations of transactions as well as maintaining the SQL database. Both access control systems and customized client control software interface with the server application.

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