ZKTeco Experience Centre

Issue 2 2022 News, Access Control & Identity Management

ZKTeco South Africa has opened the doors to its innovative and interactive space and would like to extend an invitation to the industry to visit the ZKTeco Experience Centre in Centurion, Pretoria.

The centre offers the ultimate experience in security solutions and services all under one roof. The integrated showroom offers demonstrations of how seamlessly ZK’s products and total security solutions work.

ZKTeco’s live concepts at the experience centre range from different biometric access control and T&A; stand-alone readers and include the company’s visible light facial recognition devices. On display will also be its entrance control solutions, from boom gates and turnstiles, inspection machines (walkthrough metal detectors and X-ray luggage scanners), surveillance cameras and smart locks.

The ‘Powered by ZKTeco’ platform was created for the mutual benefit of all parties involved and the purpose of this platform is to bring together all ZKTeco re-sellers and installers and create a network of like-minded people to do more business. This is not a one-day event but an ongoing programme. The company says that, “As ZKTeco, we want you to feel comfortable using our products and services and therefore intend on ensuring that you receive the best possible assistance wherever you may be in South Africa”.

Powered by ZKTeco does not mean simply assisting with training or product launches, but providing partners and their clients with technical and marketing support for as long as is needed.

Powered by ZKTeco is a platform where ZK empowers their distributors, resellers and installers through various channels, including:

1. Product introduction.

2. Product training.

3. Marketing assistance.

4. Lead generation.

5. Project assistance.


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