GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA. 23 JANUARY 2019
RightCrowd Limited (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.
RightCrowd Software enables companies of all sizes to implement digital transformation programs across their security, safety and compliance functions. Darren Bain, CTO of RightCrowd said: “RightCrowd is used by the organizations globally to simplify their security and compliance operations, and our certification allows customers to continue their digital transformation journey leveraging Lenel OnGuard systems.”
“We were involved in the Open Access Alliance Program (OAAP) soon after its inception, and our continuous participation since 2006 is evidence of our commitment to offer customer’s transparency, and integration choices for their chosen access control platform.”
This certification of RightCrowd delivers integration compatibility for all OnGuard V7.4 and V7.5 using the DataConduIT API.
Explaining the relevance of the certifications, Bain says “Systems Integrators and Customers look to companies that have proven deployments and appropriately supported solutions during their technology assessment processes. This is our twelfth continuous year of participation in OOAP and we’re pleased to support some of largest deployments of Lenel OnGuard globally. We’ve invested in this certification for many years because of the value it helps to deliver to our mutual clients.”
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RightCrowd software makes physical security systems smarter. RightCrowd solutions enable organizations to integrate business, operational and security systems, and automate the management of critical safety, security and compliance processes.
Founded in 2004, RightCrowd spent 15 years working with the best of the best in the physical security industry, in deep research and development. RightCrowd has been successfully deployed in large global organizations, including those in the Fortune 50 and ASX 10.