Control how employees & visitors access your business
The most important security system a small business owner should have is locks on the outside doors.
Keeping your workplace safe and secure is a top priority for any business owner; this is why you have locks on your doors. This traditional ‘lock and key’ method can work effectively as long as a keyholder is always available onsite to open doors for employees and visitors, and lock up when they are gone. One alternative is to provide keys to employees and others, such as the cleaning staff. When a key is lost, stolen or not returned by a former employee, then a business changes all the locks. Leaving them as-is creates a security risk.
Small Business Cloud Access Control from Anywhere at Anytime
You have enough hats to wear—you don’t need to be the doorman, too. Our access control systems can automate security tasks so you can focus on business.
Automate access control for your employees and contractors
Give mobile credentials, enabling access from any smartphone
Grant access to individuals or groups for selected locks and timeframes
Remotely unlock or lock doors
Keep a record of every opening and attempted opening of each access controlled door
Instantly deactivate credentials at any time
Affordable Small Business Access Control
Because of recent advancements in technology, you can benefit with a door access control system that is both functional and affordable. Security Technology of South Texas now offers bundled small business access control systems for 1 to 4 doors, ranging from $0,000 to $0,000. To receive a free, no obligation proposal, please provide us the following pictures and information:
Provide a wide shot from the outside of the door. See example below.
Open door and take picture of existing lock, latch, and handle. See example below.
Open door and get section of door frame where the lock fastens. See example below.
Reader Location Picture
Get a close-up of any existing reader or, if no readers, the area where a new reader will be mounted. See example below.
From the INSIDE, get view of door and ceiling above the door. See example below.
Panel Location Picture
Provide view of area where control panel could be installed. It should be within 8′ of a standard 110V outlet and near a wired internet connection. See example below.
Inside Space Picture
Wide angle of your space with door behind you. See example below.
Distance of Door from Panel Location
You will be asked to provide the distance from the secured door to the panel location. Use any unit of measure. Feet, yards, meters – even walking off the distance and giving us the number of paces helps us estimate how long the wire run is to the door.
Security Technology of South Texas 1820 Grandstand Drive San Antonio, TX 78238 (210) 446-4863 • Toll Free (855) 688-2718