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Security-Management System - Honeywell Building Solutions - Facility Management Product Release
Security Manager R400 provides greater visibility and control of all access and security systems through new features, including an enhanced cardholder-management system and new visitor-management options. It also leverages new Microsoft® SQL Server's capabilities for improved reporting and system performance. The system delivers a cardholder-management system that integrates access control with the information-technology network for more effective and efficient real-time facility supervision. The flexible cardholder database integrates with employee-identification cards and enables organizations to designate rules and parameters specific to an individual™ facility access.
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