Electronic Access Control (EAC)
As industry leaders in integrated access control systems and physical security, Securitex has the in-depth knowledge and diversified skill sets to deliver solution-driven results backed by Enterprise-level manufacturer resources.

We’ve partnered with top product manufacturers to offer the most effective, scalable and convenient access control solutions available today. This includes everything from individual keyless entry and electronic door locks to web-based EAC systems consisting of more than 1,000 doors and 50,000 card holders.

Our approach to the individual and unique requirements of our clients is a no-obligation, pressure-free one. We evaluate your exposure to loss, risk and liability in a way that is easy to understand. When the evaluation process is complete, we offer options that fit the specific needs on a level that is founded by priority, effectiveness and budget.

Securitex offers electronic access control systems that integrate seamlessly for intrusion, video and communication all from one easy to use software platform. We offer flexible non-proprietary systems that may even be linked into the most current products you may already have or choose to deploy.


Tips For Choosing The Best Office Security System 

EAC Vendors

You’ve invested a significant amount of time and resources into your company, so it’s important to ensure your business has a leading-class security system in place around-the-clock to protect your business assets. Most business owners don’t have a very comprehensive experience selecting from the leading office security systems options and so within this post we will provide five tips for selecting an office security solution that is just right for you.
Choose a System with Smartphone Compatibility

It is important that the system you choose provides you with direct information via your smartphone. The leading office security systems now present business owners with a realtime stream via their smartphones, as well as sending alerts when security events occur. This can help ensure that you remain in control of your business’ security even when away from the office.
Ensure the System Monitors All Entrance Areas

The system you choose should have the capacity to monitor all areas of the property, particularly entranceways. This will help ensure that a potential security breach is spotted before an event occurs. Monitoring entrances will also allow you to determine whether lock-up procedures are being followed according to company guidelines.
Consider Access Control Carefully

Within your office building, you likely have sensitive equipment in areas that must be protected. The security system you choose should allow you to control who has access to these areas. Access control systems can include card-scanning technology and video cameras to highlight activity taking place within isolated areas of the office building.
Discuss Maintenance Costs with Providers

Before agreeing to the installation of your system, discuss all potential systems maintenance and repair costs with your provider. Some companies charge a monthly fee for managing your system and for ensuring that emergency professionals are available should an event occur. Find out about all costs upfront to ensure you are not overspending on your security budget.
Make Sure the System is Scalable

Your security system should be designed to be built upon over time. You might begin with cameras over entrance points, and then add options such as mobile alerts and night vision technology at a later date. Ensure the system you choose can be upgraded as your business needs change in the future.
Our trusted security experts can help you choose the right system for your business and security needs. To learn more on the latest options, call us today.