Paxton, RS2 Technologies announce integration with Invixium biometric solutions

UK electronic IP access control and door entry solutions provider Paxton announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Invixium biometric software, IXM WEB.

The integration allows for real time synchronisation between the two applications, removing the need to enter user data in two places and reducing setup time. This provides customers with the benefit of expanding their access control offer with a biometric solution.

Paxton’s Net2 is the UK’s most popular access control solution, with more than 150 additional buildings being fitted out with it every week. The security system offers centralised administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users.

Also this week, RS2 Technologies, an access control systems provider, announced the integration of its Access It! access control software with Invixium’s product line.

Invixium’s IXM WEB software now houses their newest module IXM Link which plays a key role as the foundation in making the integration possible. With IXM Link, user information is automatically synchronized between databases, allowing for continuous one- or two-way communication, saving installers and system integrators time by eliminating the need to manually enter data in two places.

“We have engineered an affordable integration,” explained Invixium CEO & president Shiraz Kapadia. “Our integration with RS2 is what small and large integrators have been asking for. We’re pleased to be working alongside a technology partner who shares the same cornerstones of innovative, affordable and scalable access control solutions, since that’s exactly what IXM Link is.”

RS2 will be exhibiting the integration between its Access It! software and Invixium’s biometric readers at the 63rd Annual ASIS International Show in Dallas next week.

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