Brivo Releases V7.0 of the Brivo ACS WebService Application

July 26, 2006
Additional custom fields and more robust scheduling provide more customization and control to end-users of the ACS WebService Application

Bethesda, MD - July 26, 2006 – Brivo Systems, the leader in Web applications for access control and security systems, today announced the release of Version 7.0 of the Brivo ACS WebService Application. The new version provides extended and improved functionality in response to growing needs in Brivo’s many new vertical markets.

The Brivo ACS WebService Application now supports up to 50 custom fields for tracking information associated with users defined in the User Directory. New management tools include the ability to control and rearrange the order in which custom fields appear, which fields appear on the defined user page, and which fields appear on an “extended view” page. All 50 fields can also be populated through a data upload service, provided by Brivo Technical Support. The additional fields allow end-users to create a system customized to their needs, from including additional information to how that information is displayed—all from any Web browser, without programming experience or software to install.

Release 7.0 also enables Assistant Administrators to create and edit site-specific schedules for their facilities. This provides additional customization to give end-users more control over Door Timers, Device Schedules, and Notifications, while freeing higher-level administrators for more strategic maintenance.

With the addition of this powerful new feature, Assistant Administrators now have a larger toolset at their disposal for managing their own locale, region, or facility. It enables greater local administration of door schedules for individual sites, while still providing oversight of all access control activities for the Senior and Master Administrators within an account.

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