Software House launch newest version of C-Cure 9000


Software House, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has announced a host of enhancements to its C-CURE 9000 security and event management platform that simplify the management of personnel access.

With features such as credential deactivation, custom clearances, and activating events based on activity, C-CURE 9000 v2.20 gives you the ultimate flexibility in solving common personnel access issues.

Credential deactivation enables you to automatically address unused personnel cards. With C-CURE 9000 v2.20, your system can automatically disable personnel cards that have not been used in a specified amount of time, allowing you to better manage employees, contractors, and visitors.

Screen Shot 2013-05-24 at 15.56.01C-CURE 9000 v2.20, allows you to create custom clearances that give individualised access to specific doors, elevators, or groups of both. You can set up a custom clearance for a specific person versus changing a generic clearance for a whole group of people. For example, you can set up a custom clearance for a contractor who is working on a project for a week; once the week is over, his credentials are automatically disabled without affecting the clearances of any other cardholder.

“The new capabilities in C-CURE 9000 provide more intuitive ways to better manage personnel access,” said Rafael Schrijvers, Product Marketing Manager, EMEA, for Software House. “These features in C-CURE 9000 represent how we continue to advance the way you provide individualised access to your employees, contractors, and visitors, creating a safer environment for your business.”

C-CURE 9000 v2.20 allows you to automatically activate an event associated with a specific person, and specific doors. For example, when the president of the company arrives each morning the system can automatically turn on the lights, HVAC, and send a report directly to his/her computer.

C-CURE 9000 is available through Software House’s worldwide distribution channels.

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