Leverage your investment in physical security systems

Streamline how people interact with your organization

Automate your safety, security and compliance processes

Drive business efficiency and lock-in your improvement

Digital transformation of physical security processes

RightCrowd solutions enable corporations to automate safety, security and compliance processes.

The technology allows businesses of any size to redefine safety and security programs, delivering improved policy compliance and productivity outcomes, at lower cost.

Streamline processes and enforce policy compliance

RightCrowd allows corporations to create step-change improvements in the processes that govern how physical access is approved, enforced and audited.

Simplify and automate manual processes

RightCrowd integrates business, operational and security systems to ensure that the person performing the work is trained for the job, working in compliance with the policy and can be evacuated safely in an emergency.

Transform the business impact of safety, security and compliance programs

RightCrowd solutions help safety and security teams redefine policy compliance outcomes, radically improve service programs and reinvent the impact they have on company objectives.


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RightCrowd Software (ASX: RCW) today announced that it has received its Lenel factory certification for the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP) for its core RightCrowd software product.

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RightCrowd announced it has executed an agreement to acquire Ticto, a Belgium-based, security wearables vendor.

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RightCrowd has acquired US-based security and safety solutions specialists, OffSite Vision Holdings, Inc.

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Most industries these days have embraced the digital age and have gone down the electronic path when it comes to a paperless environment. So why is it that the same cannot be said of the security industry?

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