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electronic key managementIt’s never too late – or too early – to implement a key control and management strategy. A good electronic key management and control system is organized and formal, and addresses both access to and control of a property’s keys.

When deciding which system best suits your needs, keep these 8 basics in mind:

1. Tracking

A tracking system lets you know where keys are and who has them. The system records who took keys, when and for how long.

2. Cost

An electronic key management system can pay for itself when compared to the cost of loss and/or replacing keys on a regular basis in addition to the ROI gained from improved security.

3. Security

Key management systems are designed so that only authorized users can access keys and the management of keys is controlled.

4. Scalability

As your needs grow, the system can be expanded to accommodate more key cabinets. HandyTrac offers single and double cab options for all it’s key control systems.

5. Convenience

A key management and control system is easy to use and can accommodate a variety of keys. Biometric fingerprint verification, touch screen display and lighted cabinets add to the ease of use.

6. Integrity

Rugged 18 gauge steel cabinets and tamper-proof doors enhance the reliability of the system.

7. Access

PINs, access control cards, biometrics or any combination of the three are the most commonly used methods for accessing keys.

8. Aesthetics

Well designed key systems and cabinets make key management simple for all users. The Premium Touch key control system features a large touch screen display, biometric reader and badge reader for ease-of-use and maximum security.

To learn more about HandyTrac’s electronic key management and control systems, contact us today!