Observables signs premises management and biometric access control integration agreement with ZKTeco USA.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-April 4, 2018-Observables signs premises management and biometric access control integration agreement with ZKTeco USA
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Observables Inc reported on Tuesday the launch of a Joint Marketing, Reseller and Development agreement with ZKTeco USA to create a seamless biometric access control technology for security businesses and larger residential security markets.
The newly formed partnership will offer security dealers and end users with multiple layers of heightened security in access control, including two-factor authentication with biometrics and the ability to securely manage, transfer and move user credentials.
Upon integration, ZKTeco's superior access control experience is combined with Observables' AlwaysON Premises Management Platform, which brings together control and management of all IoT, networking and security devices on a premises into a single dashboard and app for ease of management and expanded dealer service capabilities.
Based in Santa Barbara, California, Observables Inc provides Premises Management Services for security, IT and telecom dealers, integrators and MSPs. Its AlwaysON Cloud Portal and IOBOT Software-Defined Security Device manages, monitors, and controls critical infrastructure and connected services.
ZKTeco USA is a provider of RFID and Biometric access control and entrance control solutions, which includes RFID and Biometric access control panels and readers such as fingerprint, face, finger-vein and palm vein, as well as battery-operated Smart Biometric Door Locks.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Date:||Apr 4, 2018|
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