Expanded Line of Key Management Systems on Display.
Orlando, FL (September 19, 2011) – Morse Watchmans, the security industry’s premier manufacturer of key control and asset management solutions, is garnering industry attention at this week’s ASIS Conference and Trade Show with its comprehensive product portfolio, including powerful new additions to its KeyWatcher® suite of automated key control solutions.
On display are the new KeyWatcher Touch key control system and KeyWatcher TrueTouch software, the KeyWatcher key control system and the KeyWatcher large locker module. Additionally, visitors to the booth have the opportunity to win an Apple® iPod® Touch in a promotion supporting the launch of KeyWatcher Touch.
“Market enthusiasm is strong for our innovative KeyWatcher products and the time is right for adding to our portfolio,” said Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. “Our suite of automated key control and asset management solutions help improve security for physical keys, cards and small items.”
New to the product line is the KeyWatcher Touch which features several industry firsts including joining of up to 10 locations and common usage of database and programming. KeyWatcher Touch features the time-saving KeyAnywhere capability that allows the return of a key to any KeyWatcher cabinet in the enterprise and the KeyFind feature that quickly enables administrators to locate which KeyWatcher Touch a specific key is in or, determine who has it out.
Also new to the product line is the KeyWatcher TrueTouch software package comprised of the KeyWatcher TrueTouch client interface and the KeyWatcher Server. The TrueTouch client interface is designed to run all programming, remote functions and reports for all locations, while the server is the main interface for the client software and performs all synchronizations of transactions as well as maintaining the SQL database. Both access control systems and customized client control software interface with the server application.
Additional products featured include the large module locker systems (Laptop, Radio, Single and Dual) which can be used in any of the modular KeyWatcher systems for holding weapons, hand-held radios, PDAs, etc.; and the automated KeyWatcher key control system, which can be configured with a variety of modules and customized to specific user needs.