Nearly 60% of multinationals feel their access control system isn’t future-proof
Nedap Security Management presented several key conclusions from its extensive benchmark study at ASIS Europe 2019 today. The study focuses on the access control challenges and opportunities faced by multinationals – both now and in the future. One significant finding was that almost 60% of multinationals don’t (yet) consider their access control system to be future-proof.
The results of the study were presented by Martin Wijlens and Timon Padberg, global client sales managers for Nedap Security Management. As well as giving an insider view on access control for organisations operating globally, they introduced Nedap’s Global Client Programme. It’s designed to help multinationals implement, maintain and update AEOS access control efficiently, and on a global level.
Challenges and opportunities
Martin Wijlens of Nedap Security Management says: “Our benchmark study gives multinationals useful peer-to-peer insight into the status, challenges and opportunities of their access control systems. It zooms in on topics such as convenience versus danger, infrastructure and map technology.”
His colleague Timon Padberg adds: “Due to increasing globalisation and constant changes, the international standardisation of security aspects such as access control is becoming increasingly important. We support multinationals with concrete insights based on market research, and also alleviate their concerns, not to mention workload and stress, through our Global Client Programme.”
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