What do our customers think of Smart Access Management?
Avis Budget Group
Thanks to Smart Access Management from Pitney Bowes, Avis Budget Group is now able to offer its registered visitors and contractors fast, convenient premises access with zero-touch.
Avis Budget Group, Inc. is a leading global provider of mobility solutions, both through its Avis and Budget brands, which have more than 10,000 rental locations in approximately 180 countries around the world, and through its Zipcar brand, which is the world's leading car sharing network, with more than one million members. For more information please visit: www.avisbudgetgroup.com
What really appealed to Schneider Electric was how the Smart Access Management system included everything they could possibly need in terms of technical support, maintenance, and professional services from the same, trusted source.
Headquartered in Ruell-Malmaison, France, Schneider Electric is a leading provider of energy and automation digital solutions for efficiency and sustainability around the world. For more information please visit: https://www.se.com/au/en/
When people began to come back into the office after the pandemic B/S/H/ wanted an access system that could handle a wide variety of different visitor needs in an easy yet fully compliant way.
BSH Home Appliances is the English name for BSH Hausgeräte GmbH (stylized as B/S/H/). Starting out as a joint venture between Bosch and Siemens in 1967, BSH has been wholly owned by Bosch since 2014 and is today Europe’s largest home appliance manufacturer and a worldwide leader in its field.
For more information please visit: https://www.bsh-group.com/
Trinity Care had been using a paper-based book to log visitors to its aged care homes. These paper books needed to be archived and kept for seven years in line with government regulations. This meant inefficiencies and a lot of time spent whenever the team needed to research anything.
Trinity Care is a family-owned aged care organisation, founded in 1978, which operates three aged care homes in Melbourne. The aged care facilities have been carefully designed to ensure a comfortable lifestyle for the elderly residents.
Les Powell School
Les Powell School's registration process was managed via a manual sign-in book, which could cause congestion in the school's small foyer as people lined up to sign their names in the book. It also meant that people could sometimes forget to sign out when they were leaving. Furthermore, because people's details were handwritten, it sometimes meant information wasn't legible. This could present a problem if a person needed to be contact in case of emergency.
Located in Western Sydney, Les Powell School is a special education setting for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. Students attending Les Powell School have a range of additional diverse and complex learning needs, including Autism, sensory, physical and language. All students have a primary moderate or severe intellectual disability.
Beaufort & Skipton Health Service
Beaufort & Skipton Health Service was operating with hand-held temperature check systems and manual, paper-based logbooks at its campuses. This created challenges for staff, visitor and contractor management when it came to aligning with government mandates and managing the vaccination status of people on site.
Beaufort & Skipton Health Service is a small rural health service that provides urgent care, primary care, aged care and in-patient acute services to 5,000 people across two health service campuses in the townships of Beaufort and Skipton in regional Victoria.