Save money when growth requires a new office space

Contrary to popular misconceptions, the installation and setup costs for a mobile access control solution are cheaper than installation for a traditional server-based access control solution. Plus, a mobile access control system means you don’t have to buy keycards and fobs, which can save money.

It wasn’t always like this. We used to have only two options for access control: A traditional server-based access control solution with prox keycards or an old-school cylinder lock and brass key system. While legacy keycard systems provide more functionality than their analog counterparts, they use outdated technologies like the Wiegand protocol that is insecure and vulnerable to hacking. Plus, all the hardware associated with legacy systems can be expensive. Fortunately, we now have a third option: mobile access control systems. These systems use cloud-based and smartphone-based access control—and they’re less expensive to install than the hard-wired alternatives.

Design and setup are faster and easier

Smartphone access solutions save time and prevent headaches when moving offices. For one, mobile access solutions let you add the convenience of smartphone credentials seamlessly, whether you’re implementing a new system or integrating with an existing one. No need to manually program individual keycards, or fobs. Access control system technology is easy to install (technicians can even use the existing wiring from your legacy system!), you’ll be up and running with a high-tech access control solution in no time.

Mobile access is more secure

There are other reasons why smartphones are better, such as the fact that you can’t copy a smartphone at the corner convenience store, but for just $11, you can duplicate most keycards and key fobs. Long story short: It’s pretty clear why smartphone-based access control is more secure.

What kind of access solutions do you want?


At Dicsan Technology, we’re passionate about matching our clients with our patented, mobile access control technologies. We will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect configuration for your needs to maximize security, ease of implementation, and cost savings—so you can safeguard your facilities without the delays, headaches or expenses of legacy access solutions.

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