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Integriti receives ‘most significant update’ since release

Intelligent access control and intruder detection system from Inner Range, Integriti, now has a simplified licensing model, reveals the company.

InnerRange-Integriti-20The new structure, where users can choose between four defined software options with sets of features, is said to have had a dramatic effect on the way Integriti systems are designed and quoted, cutting down complexities for users. Customers will no longer need licences for each individual feature.

The four software options are:

  • Express – For basic administration of sites with a single controller.
  • Professional – Extends management abilities to multiple controllers and multiple sites. It’s the first software edition that allows expansion and integrations to be added.
  • Business – For businesses who use Integriti in their daily routines including using extensive reporting capabilities. This is the first edition that includes CCTV integration.
  • Corporate – Fully featured enterprise-grade software. It accommodates large scale sites and includes features for on-site guards and monitoring.

Tim Northwood, General Manager of Inner Range, said: “Integriti’s strength is that it can provide highly sophisticated and holistic security management systems. But sometimes these have been complicated to achieve. Our new licensing model offers four clear and transparent options for partners and customers that are much easier to understand and explain, as well as being cost neutral. We hope our simplified structure will make Integriti’s power and sophistication much easier to access.”

The new model has been released as part of an overall update to Integriti, Version 20. It represents the most significant change to the product since its original release, highlight Inner Range.

The update, which has been available from May 18 for new and existing customers, includes other features such as a new integration with HID’s Origo Bluetooth system to use mobile credentials. Previous updates included the use of a range of biometric credentials from Touchless Biometric Systems AG (TBS) for Integriti.

Inner Range is offering free remote demonstrations and training of its new Integriti software options.

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