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Access control manufacturer Inner Range has announced a new licensing model for its access control and intruder detection system Integriti. Partners and customers will be able to choose from four software options that include sets of features, rather than needing licences for each feature.
The manufacturer says this new structure is cost neutral, and cuts the complexities and time needed for system designs and quotes. The four options are:
Express – For basic administration of sites with a single controller.
Professional – Extends management abilities to multiple controllers and multiple sites. It’s the first software edition that allows expansion and integrations to be added.
Business – For businesses who use Integriti in their daily routines including using reporting capabilities. This is the first edition that includes CCTV integration.
Corporate – Fully featured enterprise-grade software that handles large scale sites and includes features for on-site guards and monitoring.
Tim Northwood, general manager of Inner Range, said: “Integriti’s strength is that it can provide highly sophisticated and holistic security management systems. But sometimes these have been complicated to achieve. Our new licensing model offers four clear and transparent options for partners and customers that are much easier to understand and explain, as well as being cost neutral. We hope our simplified structure will make Integriti’s power and sophistication much easier to access.”
The new model, released as part of an overall update to Integriti, Version 20, represents the most significant change to the product since its original release, the product firm says. The update, which is available from May 18, for new and existing customers, also features a new integration with HID’s Origo Bluetooth access system to use mobile credentials.
Inner Range is offering free remote demonstrations and training of its new software options. Contact 0845 470 5000 or email email@example.com.