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Integration Gurus

Integrating access control systems with other critical applications is

one of the cornerstones of our business.

New Market Solutions has been one of our first and premier members of the [Connected Partner] program for nearly a decade, providing the largest number of total integrated solutions while meeting the highest level of integration and quality.

Jason Ouellette

Access Control Solutions – Johnson Controls

There's a "Light" Way and a "Right" way

to develop Integrations

KEY MANAGEMENT

SOLUTIONS

Key management systems combine the features of key and asset management with access control of personnel and vehicles.

WIRELESS

LOCKS

Wireless locks provide easy to use and extremely efficient access control without complex and expensive wiring.

ELEVATORS/
DESTINATION DISPATCH

An integrated destination dispatch solution ensures proper admit to elevators using a one-card solution managed through a single user interface. 

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ALARM MANAGEMENT

Alarm transmitters/receivers allow users to activate panic buttons or other wireless sensors to add a layer of protection. 

The integration between C·CURE 9000 access control and proxSafe Key Management solutions allows users to manage access to physical keys from a single user interface.

Key Management Solutions

 
 

Wireless Locks

Wireless locks provide a cost-effective way to secure storage closets, offices, etc. – places where a moderate level of security is sufficient.  Our integrations mean you don't have to sacrifice intuitive management.

Elevators/Destination Dispatch

The integrated C·CURE/ Fujitec Solution is an efficient way to extend a comprehensive security solution throughout a building. 
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Alarm Management

Sometimes, the places that need the most vigilant security are the hardest to secure. Wireless transmitters and receivers provide an extra layer of security in hard-to-wire environments. 

New Market Solutions has a deep understanding of the C·CURE access control system and how it should operate with every other system tied to it.


Ralph Nerette
Dana Farber Cancer Institute