Because real estate is so expensive in Las Vegas, many business owners in the city maintain different buildings as a way to keep excess inventory and their actual retail space separate. Similarly, because Vegas has become such a hub for international business, many companies in Vegas now have several locations spread around the city.
Business owners with several different locations might wonder how they can keep their buildings safe and secure. Perhaps the most effective and efficient way to increase security across a number of buildings is to install an access control system.
An access control system is an electronic security system that typically relies on scanners and magnetic ID cards instead of traditional keys. To set up an access control system, a Vegas-area business will install card scanners on the doors of a business, and give employees ID cards that will activate the scanner and unlock the door when the employee swipes their card across the scanner.
A business owner can arrange it so that an employee has access to one business space, but not another. The simplicity and reliability of access control systems is what has made them so popular among Las Vegas business owners.
Another great thing about access control systems is that they can track where employees are at during a particular time of day. If an inventory specialist was visiting a company’s storage space after-hours to conduct an inventory report, an access control system allows the business decision-maker to see what time the employee was at the storage location.