S2 Security and Jolly Announce Partnership on Integrated Access Control

Jolly Inc. has announced a partnership with S2 Security to provide integrated visitor management and access control.

Visitors, contractors and employees are enrolled through Jolly’s Lobby Track System through a fast driver’s license scan -- watchlist checks, duplicate record checks and flash photo capture are automatic. The combined solution allows front-desk security to issue access control cards that provide limited facility access to selective visitors. Access control cards are issued, and the visitor is automatically assigned a record and group access privileges within the S2 NetBox system. At an expiration date or during check out, the access privileges are revoked, and Lobby Track removes the record from the S2 NetBox system.

Lobby Track provides full, professional, double-sided ID card design and production with advanced encoding functions. Other visitors can be issued paper visitor badges that visually expire.

“We’ve integrated Lobby Track with the S2 NetBox network appliance through our proprietary Access Manager utility. Users connect the two systems simply by entering the account name, password, group and field selection,” said Kurt Bell, VP sales and marketing. “It is an excellent solution for dealers and integrators looking for a complete visitor management and access control system. The learning curve is short and the integration is easy.”

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Jolly to make this integrated system available,” said John L. Moss, CEO of S2 Security Corporation. “Our open Web service’s API enables companies like Jolly to produce creative and leading-edge solutions that serve customer demand.


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