Article Posted on: Cushman & Wakefield NYC HQ Uses Mobile Access Technology
For a workforce that is becoming more globalized and transient, traditional access cards and delays at reception can become burdensome. With this in mind, Cushman & Wakefield partnered with KISI Inc., a developer of a cloud-managed keyless access control system, to provide mobile access technology at the C&W corporate headquarters in New York City. It was the first enterprise installation of its kind in a New York City office building.
Once Cushman & Wakefield employees have downloaded the secure KISI mobile application, they can unlock doors within the C&W office suite via their iPhone or Android devices. This innovation is about embracing a new mobile-first philosophy, where people are using their smartphones to board planes and purchase groceries; this reach can now be extended to the workplace.
“As a firm, Cushman & Wakefield is always looking for new, innovative opportunities to keep our company and office space ahead of the ever-evolving tech curve,” said John Santora, Cushman & Wakefield CEO of North America. “Our employees are constantly using mobile technologies for productivity, security and collaboration. KISI’s technology enables all of this at the point of access, and makes our corporate headquarters ready for the future.”
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