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NACCU Virtual EXPO Showcase: dormakaba

NACCU Virtual EXPO Showcase
Our corporate members demo their products and services for you in this series of online events

Simple, Convenient Access Control Expansion with BEST Product Portfolio
dormakaba’s BEST access solutions allow you to upgrade your facility’s door hardware and access control systems quickly and easily.  With a strong history of performance in the education vertical, the BEST product portfolio is ideal for education applications no matter the functional requirements needed.  New door hardware and locks can be installed at a single door or throughout a campus.  Upgrading to electronic access control can be as easy as changing the core to provide better control for who has access to what without the need to manage traditional keys or implementing a fully integrated wired lockset for all the immediate control and monitoring that is required.  Going beyond the door hardware to integrating an access control system, you will expand your control and visibility including the ability to perform audits of all connected access points.  Learn more about upgrading to the BEST product portfolio and how these integrated solutions can improve your control and building efficiency.

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