New website with up-to-date information on access control systems has been launched by Xtechsecurity.co.uk. The company is encouraging visitors to visit the site to leave feedback for future improvements and updates.
August 6, 2014
London, United Kingdom – August 6th, 2014 /PressCable/ —
Business owners and building managers interested in access control and building security systems and will find relevant and useful information on the new recently launched Xtechsecurity.co.uk website. This new website launch takes into account several most requested features including Information on access control systems, explanation of Biometrics and what it is, vehcile acccess control as well as videos on access control systems.
Xtechsecurity.co.uk has invested considerable time and effort to ensure an enjoyable user experience while providing timely and relevant information on Access Control Systems. Additional updates and new features can be expected in the future. Interested parties can view the website at http://www.xtechsecurity.co.uk.
Marketing Manager James Pearson described the new website in this way:
“There has been a lot of positive feedback surrounding the launch of http://www.xtechsecurity.co.uk and the information that it provides. Xtechsecurity.co.uk is committed to making continual improvements and adjustments so that all business owners and building managers have access to the latest information on building access control systems. This subject can be very confusing, given the plethora of new products and technology available so we aim to make it easy to understand. It is the goal of Xtechsecurity.co.uk to become the leading resource for reliable information on access control & security issues impacting business owners and building manager.”
The website includes information on automated access control solutions, as well as card entry systems for buildings, car parks & security rooms. Biometric systems are also explained in detail ; a subject that is often not fully understood. The website also take an in depth look at Proximity Access Control, which is the use of NFC (Near Field Communications) Technology such as RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) to allow automated access.
Xtechsecurity.co.uk welcomes new and old website visitors alike to take a look at the new features available, and to submit feedback for the next round of updates.
Name: James Pearson
Phone: 020 8528 3001
Address: 152 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX