Headquartered in New York, Building Intelligence provides cloud-based software solutions for the management of visitors, vehicles and vendors.
In this WSJ opinion piece, Building Intelligence CEO explains that security theater won’t cut it. You’ll need to reveal more about your health than you used to if you want to get past the front desk.
Building Intelligence CEO Jeffrey Friedman and Director of Partnerships James Barbour discuss comprehensive security protocols that minimize risk at the loading dock in this issue of Facilities Management Journal Magazine.
This certification from the Department of Homeland Security’s SAFETY Act renews Building Intelligence’s software, SV3, for five more years.
Advances in technology have made security and access management much more efficient. Visitor management is no longer just security, it is an amenity and its scope has expanded beyond letting people in and out.
Building Intelligence Inc. announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued Patent 10,482,695 titled “Loading Dock Management and Vehicle Access System.”
Jeff Friedman discusses creating a 360° trusted access program by putting processes and policies in place to build an improved visitor, vehicle and vendor management ecosystem.
Building Intelligence®, the leading provider of cloud-based visitor, vehicle and vendor management software, SV3, showcased new features at the 2019 Global Security Exchange, Sept. 8-12, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
SV3®, the leading cloud-based visitor, vehicle and vendor management system from Building Intelligence, has received SAFETY Act Certification, the highest level of accreditation awarded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.