New Improved Site Management App from Paxton
Security technology manufacturer, Paxton, has updated their popular Paxton Connect app to make remote site management simpler than ever before.
Paxton developed the Paxton Connect app to provide customers with remote site management for buildings secured with their well-established networked access control system Net2, and their newest platform Paxton10, which combines video management and access control.
The app enables users to open a door directly from their smartphone or tablet from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. It allows administrators to delete and edit users' information and establish if they are safe in an emergency by providing real-time updates and event reports on user location.
The Development team at Paxton notably designs their security solutions based on real-time feedback from their installers and end-users. This update to the Paxton Connect app has been no exception. The app has been completely redesigned with a fresh look and feel, but most importantly the new update gives improved usability and an enhanced user experience.
“We have listened to our installers and taken on board their feedback. The latest version of the Paxton Connect app has been redesigned from the ground-up,” said Jeremy Allison, senior product manager at Paxton Connect. “It provides more functionality, as well as faster connection times. This makes site management simpler and quicker.”
When using the latest version of the app, installers and their end-users are now able to easily search from large lists of sites and will gain a quicker connection, which provides a faster and more reliable service. They will also benefit from an improved biometric login process, making it easier for them to access and manage their system.
We are constantly developing our solutions to help manage the real-world situations that arise when managing a Paxton site. We are extremely proud of this latest update to Paxton Connect, and we think our installers and users will think so to,” Allison said.