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Primary school chooses Delta Security’s EntrySign to help manage access

Betty Layward Primary School has chosen Delta Security to supply and install an EntrySign visitor and contractor management system to increase the security and safety of pupils, staff and visitors at the Stoke Newington-based school.

The EntrySign system integrates with all access control systems and provides users with an intuitive, touch-screen interface that significantly increases the accuracy of information pertaining to who is on site at any one time.

Terry Purdy, Premises Manager at the Betty Layward Primary School, says the school wanted a system that would give them full visibility of who was on premises: “Prior to using EntrySign we used a number of different sign-in books and procedures. Using the EntrySign system has enabled us to amalgamate all data and print off all necessary reports at the touch of a button.

“Installation and implementation has been faultless; Delta Security also provided our access control system, so we knew their workmanship and professionalism could be counted upon. Also, the EntrySign system is so simple and intuitive to use that it requires very little instruction.”

The EntrySign system can be personalised to match any corporate identity, is fully compliant with HSE legislation and as well as reporting, it simplifies the process of printing visitor passes and has the option of including a signature and photo on visitor badges. Because EntrySign fully integrates with Betty Layward Primary school’s Salto Access Control system, employees are able to continue using the same passes, saving the school additional set up costs.

Other benefits include its ability to pre-book expected visitors and contractors for even quicker sign in, its low running costs as it does not use printer ink and its ability to monitor staff attendance and time-keeping.

Dave Mundy, Operations Manager for Delta Security is very pleased that the benefits of the system are being realised by the primary school: “Its ease of use, reporting capabilities and ability to integrate seamlessly with existing access control systems makes this the ideal choice for schools and other sites that need full visibility of the comings and goings of their occupants.”





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