Invixium integrates with Paxton
October 2017, News, Access Control & Identity Management
Paxton has announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Invixium’s biometric software, IXM WEB. The integration allows for real time synchronisation between the two applications, removing the need to enter user data in two places and dramatically reducing setup time.
The integration provides customers with the benefit of expanding their access control offer with a biometric solution.
From installation to adding new users, the Net2 and IXM WEB integration has been scripted to be as simple and seamless as possible. When adding a new user in Net2, an ‘enrol biometric’ button is available for a seamless transition to IXM WEB to complete the biometric enrolment.
The introduction of Invixium’s new module IXM Link, within IXM WEB, automatically synchronises information between databases. This saves time and eliminates errors through automatic synchronisation of Net2 and IXM WEB user databases, meaning removing the requirement to enter user data in both applications.
The setup for IXM Link is fast and easy, and within a matter of seconds, all the users from Net2 will be visible and present in the IXM WEB database.
Gareth O’Hara, chief sales officer at Paxton, said: “At Paxton, we put our core values of simplicity and quality at the heart of everything we do, in order to answer the needs of the security market. Invixium shares these values and have created an excellent integrated biometric solution that is quick and easy to set up.”
“It’s not a ‘me too’ integration”, says Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and president of Invixium. “IXM Link is much simpler, quicker and modern, very much in line with Paxton’s philosophies. The integration was engineered in collaboration with Paxton to make it a better experience for installers wanting to deploy biometrics with Paxton access control systems.”
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