These are the four rules SV3 implements when it comes to securing vendor access.
Ask these 3 questions before you commit to a fancy new product that doesn’t check the box.
Visitor traffic in buildings can be seasonal or peak at different hours of the day
We are continually enhancing how we help our clients promote a safe and healthy office while dealing with regulations regarding reopening.
As SV3 began adding safety features to make reopening easier and safer, there’s been one feature we keep getting asked about —
While the immediate acquisition of kiosks, given the current climate, may be a necessity, it is also a valuable investment for the future.
Kiosks are a great way to efficiently check-in visitors, reduce congestion in the lobby, minimize interactions with on-site personnel and maintain social distancing.
As our tenants, customers & visitors adapt to a changing environment, we have to be quick to provide solutions that meet their needs.
In a world where everything is at your fingertips or a click away, needs and demands constantly fluctuate.
Visitor expectations are changing and visitor management now goes well beyond just keeping everyone in a building safe, it’s also about
SV3® — like much of what the market looks for in software — is not a one-size-fits-all solution.
We are happy to announce our NYC team has moved to a new office location in Midtown Manhattan.
In the past, deploying a security system within multiple sites meant each server had to be physically installed in every place that intended to use it.
Last year alone, the FBI reported nearly $12 million in cargo theft loss. With only $2 million being recovered. Of these astounding numbers, it is said a total of $35 billion is more realistic given, as so many cargo hijackings go unreported to the police
Think about your last visitor experience. Was it easy and streamlined or was it congested and disorganized?
Visitor management systems encompass more than keeping a log of who is on site.
Loading docks are notoriously difficult to manage. They are resource-intensive and
At most events, the risk begins to be accumulated prior to the event taking place.
Do you buy new products to check a box or solve a specific problem?
Trusting what you know, getting to know new partners and learning about products comes down to experience and research.