Access control for shoe-, textile- and sports retailers, as well as the food industry and bakeries
With Access Control you determine entry requirements for customers, visitors and employees to vulnerable areas of your company.
Access Control provides your employees a safer environment, for instance, outside store opening hours. Typical areas of use also include theft protection in the warehouse and securing of manufacturing areas.
„The trust of our employees has grown noticeably. They feel taken seriously because they can easily bring in their own wishes as well as manage and settle some concerns themselves.“
“An excellent planning, controlling and management tool that has already paid off after only six months!
Based on our own experience and discussions we had with our colleagues in shoe retail who also use SEAK, I am not going out on a limb in saying: we enjoy excellent support with the SEAK team, which I consider to be ›exceptional‹. “
“Using the TPM, we can easily identify dependencies between, for example, already used employee hours and sales, sales per hour or even items per receipt.
Other systems cannot do that. “
“The quality of our staff scheduling has improved significantly since we introduced SEAK’s staff scheduling software a year ago!
Even before SEAK, staff scheduling was successful in some stores, but now we are reaching a reliably high level at every location. “
“We knew that other companies in our industry that we knew also used the software and so we asked our colleagues about it.
From their positive response, it was clear to us at this point that we would decide in favor of SEAK’s Staff Scheduling. “
Access Control functions
- Secures office, IT and manufacturing areas via entrances, barriers, gates, turnstiles and lifts
- Security check via finger print or transponder (key chain pendant or credit card format)
- Six security levels ranging from pre-determined open access periods to anti-pass-back
- Each successful and attempted access can be evaluated by day, time and facility
6 security levels ranging from pre-determined open access periods to anti-pass-back
Level 0: Pre-determined open access periods, e.g. during business hours.
Level 1: Any person with a valid ID qualifies.
Level 2: Validity of time and days of the week is queried. Can optionally be authorized for entry during bank holidays.
Level 3: Maximum allowable number of persons in any specific area.
Level 4: Maximum duration of stay after which the person is locked out or blocked.
Level 5: Posting block. the person is only allowed to enter a building or room once within a given period.
Level 6: Anti-Pass-Back. To prevent passing on of an ID after entry to the facility, it is checked whether the incoming person is already present.