Ingersoll Rand's Rick White says that the company's new white paper on access control systems shows that customers want a "new model for security and safety."
CARMEL, IND. – August 3, 2009 – Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies today announced that interviews and surveys of over 800 access control end-users find that purchasers of access control systems need help in balancing security requisites with technology scope. Their concerns have been put into a White Paper entitled “Access Control Users Looking for Answers on How to Handle Ever-Changing Technologies.”
“Voice of the Customer inputs couldn’t have been more specific,” emphasizes Rick White, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies general manager. “Users want a new model for security and safety that lets them customize today while, at the same time, allows them to easily migrate or upgrade in the future.”
According to White, these security professionals challenged every preconceived, current practice in the security industry.
“This White Paper highlights the changes needed,” adds White. “We encourage security professionals as well as those in the access control industry to read it. It provides a road map to providing access control buyers with what they want.”
“Access Control Users Looking for Answers on How to Handle Ever-Changing Technologies” is available by going to http://commercial.schlage.com/news.asp