Management companies that operate multi-tenant sites have to control large numbers of keys, staff, contractors and deliveries. Implementing a CQRiT system can provide a 24-hour solution to key management without requiring additional staffing.
Contractors can sign out their own keys, even in the middle of the night, to respond to emergencies.
Security staff can be redeployed to more important tasks than handing out keys.
Administrators can easily access comprehensive reporting on key use. This can be used for time and attendance and for investigations of any breaches.
“They are very pleased with the installed system especially as it has already led to one member of staff being caught with his hand in the till to the tune of $1,000. They have suspected the theft occurrences had been going on for some time but were unable to identify the culprit with their manual key management process. Last week they were able to check the software report to pinpoint the culprit”
— Security Manager, Westfield London
“CIC’s key management system is being used for one of our major tenants where key security is of utmost importance. This system is also utilised to issue keys to contractors on site and has proven to be an excellent way of issuing and controlling restricted access keys. In my experience, the CIC key control system is an ideal way to control key monitoring for the building management industry.”
— Building Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle
Benefits of an electronic system
Control access: Ensure that only authorised people can gain access to your premises
Central control via software allows global management of multiple sites
Ensure OH&S is maintained for contractors entering the property
Increase security: Make your building secure for your tenants
Cost Saving: Security guards are employed for security, not for handing out keys
Provide user accountability and removes payment disputes on replacement keys
Saves you money by reducing wasted time managing and looking for the keys
Reduce costs and provide solutions that suit the owner, tenants and managers