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May 4, 2020

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The State of Physical Access Control in EMEA Businesses – 2020 Report

Managing access control with CLIQ Local Manager

Assa Abloy explains the benefits its CLIQ Local Manager software brings to small and medium sized businesses.

Assa-CLIQsmes-20A standard Windows PC is all you need to run an access control system with CLIQ technology. Engineered for flexibility and easy operation, CLIQ Local Manager software has everything you need to run programmable key access control for your business.

CLIQ Local Manager puts you in control of your premises from a PC screen. From its user-friendly interface you can add or amend users and change the access rights of CLIQ keys with the companion programming device. You can limit access according to 32 programmable time slots that you define, while users can collect key audit trails from their desks.

CLIQ Local Manager is adapted to small or medium-sized businesses and works with electromechanical CLIQ systems as well as eCLIQ, the fully electronic key access system based on the same technology. Your software handles up to 5,000 keys and 5,000 cylinders or padlocks.

You can even define and administer any remaining mechanical locks in your building from your CLIQ Local Manager interface.

Time-saving benefits for security managers

CLIQ Local Manager gets you up-and-running fast, with automated COM port selection and easy migration from your existing CLIQ access control software. Day-to-day operation is just as easy.

Every system administrator has a personalised CLIQ Local Manager home screen with intuitive menu access and powerful search capability. Everyday access routines are PIN-protected for extra security, while the tool is GDPR compliant to safeguard users and their data privacy.

Learn more about CLIQ.

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