Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Monday, March 1, 2004

Integrator, visitor management company partner

AVON, Mass. - Systems integrator Mac Systems has become an authorized EasyLobby dealer.

As part of the relationship, EasyLobby will integrate its visitor management system with access control systems provided by Mac Systems, such as NexWatch and Software House. This will enable Mac Systems’ customers to more easily track and monitor visitors entering and exiting their buildings by providing temporary proximity cards programmed for specific doors and that expire at a set date and time.

For EasyLobby, the partnership is expected to provide the company with substantial sales, according to Howard Marson, chief executive officer of EasyLobby.
High-rise project goes to HBE

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. - Henry Bros. Electronics, the systems integration subsidiary of Diversified Security Solutions, has signed a contract with a property management company in New York City to install an integrated access control system in a high-rise building that it manages.

The project includes installing turnstiles and an access control system in the main lobby of a property located in Manhattan. The project price is estimated at $780,000.
Building management company taps local systems integrator

NEW YORK - Classic Security Controls has been awarded a contract to install a card-based access control system and digital video system in a facility in downtown New York.

The systems integrator was hired by building management company Altman Burack Partners. Telephone intercoms will also allow tenants to answer the intercom from any telephone to allow access.

“Our goal in working with Classic Security Controls is to provide a safe working environment for all our tenants,” said Gregg Schenker, senior partner at Altman Burack Partners.