Entertech Systems, Suprema provides biometric access control for Seattle high-rise

April 1, 2015 - 

Entertech Systems, the official operating partner for Suprema in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Puerto Rico, has deployed a biometric access control solution for Wood Partners’ new luxury high-rise in Seattle, according to a recently published Entertech case study.

The new biometric access control solution enables residents at Dimension by Alta to enter and move through the building by simply scanning their fingerprint on a Suprema biometric reader, eliminating the need for keys or fobs.

The solution was installed by contractor TPS Technologies, which designed and installed Suprema biometric readers for three exterior entrances, one parking entry, 24 interior doors, and three elevators.

“Entertech Systems was able to provide the hardware and software that enabled us to best satisfy Wood Partners’ needs,” says Jason Fuller, president of TPS Technologies. “The Entertech Systems model of collaboration and their willingness to help find outside-the-box solutions like connecting the Suprema biometric reader to the telephone entry system was of tremendous benefit.”

Entertech and Suprema’s biometric access control technologies secure the property’s entire premises, including six underground parking levels, a lobby level, 25 residential floors and a rooftop gathering area.

“Our goal is to help systems integrators like TPS Technologies with the technical support they need to successfully install and enroll their customers on Suprema technologies,” says Entertech Systems CEO Rob Douglas. “Our highly responsive, results-driven technical services team works with our certified partner network to ensure complete customer satisfaction.”

Previously reported, Entertech Systems released identity management platform BioConnect 3.0, which enables users to integrate Suprema biometric readers with access control systems.

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