Keri Systems will be presenting at Security Canada Central in Toronto, Ontario Oct 23 - 24, 2019. Keri recently appointed a new sales representative firm in Canada, and completed a nationwide roadshow in major cities across Canada displaying our new products; IP Blue and Neutron. The response from distributors, integrators and dealers has been very positive and we will be featuring these new products at Security Canada along with our Allegion wireless lock software.
SDM recently releaased an article detailing the current state of access control as it’s unfolding in 2019. They identified some of the common trends that access control related businesses share in the current marketplace. Many of these trends are the very same that the professionals at Keri Systems are experiencing, including interest from end users, upgrade schedules, user experiences and more.
Beginning January 1, 2020, Keri Systems will discontinue support for Doors 32 Software. Microsoft has announced it will discontinue support for The Windows 7 Platform beginning January 1, 2020. Doors 32 program is now outdated, as it was originally designed to run on Windows versions up to Windows 7.
It's hard to ignore the current news cycle as it relates to international events and policy, especially since we have an ongoing issue at the Southern border of the United States, and a current trade war in place with China. The natural questions that you, our partners, might ask are, “How does this affect our prices with Keri Systems?” Or perhaps, "Does Keri rely on Chinese manufacturing for its products?"
In the past several months, Keri Systems introduced two long-awaited products that address our customers' need to manage smaller systems at an economical cost: recently-introduced Neutron and Intelliprox Blue, now in its second generation. For a limited time only, all orders for Intelliprox Blue and Neutron will be 40% off. The sale has recently been extended through August 2019.
Now in its second generation, Intelliprox Blue is Keri’s answer to those quick and simple installations where a single door needs to be managed by access control at a minimum cost and effort. Often this door doesn’t warrant a dedicated computer, or even a dedicated piece of software on an existing computer. IP Blue is also App-Based, as opposed to computer software based. There are many reasons to consider Intelliprox Blue for single door installation...
Keri Systems' partner for Pedestrian Turnstiles, LOT Group, recently provided a solution to the 25,000 seat Vorskla Stadium located in Poltava, Ukraine. LOT Group turnstiles can be ordered complete with Keri controllers mounted and configured, ready to become part of an overall Keri Access System.
Long-time Keri Systems representative Bob Stosse recently contributed to Campus Safety Magazine with an in-depth look at Perimeter Security for campuses. Stosse references the concept of Concentric Circles of protection as a method of planning for layered protection for campuses ond other types of properties.
Introducing Neutron: The first in a new family of controllers. This is Keri's answer to a need for smaller systems at an an economical cost-per-door. Be the first to see this new technology, as well as many other access control offerings, partnership displays, solutions for multi-family applications and more at ISC West 2019.
At ISCW 2019, Keri will be introducing two brand new products and architectures, which are designed to address a segment of the market that we once owned. We have special information for those with Multi-Family Operators as a client base, as well as a look at our extensive integration and partner projects. We also will be displaying in a new booth.