In an earlier era, business decisions were often made based on gut instinct, golf games, politics, and very occasionally market research. Since that time, organisations have moved away from this type of marketing and adopted a more research-backed, results-driven approach to business.
Take for example the use of key management systems. These systems are designed to store and control access to mechanical and other keys used throughout a facility. Keys can only be accessed by pre-authorised individuals with a proper code, badge and/or biometric identification. All access activity is automatically recorded and from this data, management has a complete history of who removed and returned which key and when. The data gathered from the automatic recording of access activity can be used to analyse trends to generate valuable, actionable intelligence for both physical security and business practices.
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