Keri Systems showcases its 'Visual Doors' graphical interface

March 1, 2017
ISC West Booth #3089

Keri Systems is proud to announce the latest in a very successful family of Access Control interfaces.  Visual Doors, by Keri is a fresh vision of how access control can look to a user of the system, and streamlines the operation for day-to-day operators.  Visual Doors is an optional Client that may be used to control Keri’s Doors.NET access control systems.  A user can opt to use this simple, icon and checkbox-based interface to perform most routine, daily, system administration.  Access Control that End-Users will love.  See us at ISCW booth 3089.

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