EN-Feature Notes

Global Cardholder Management

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Enhance multi-site sharing and modernize your global cardholder administration process Global Cardholder Management enables organizations to manage cardholders, cardholder groups, credentials, and badge templates across multiple independent Synergis access control systems through multi-server synchronization. Newly created or modified cardholders and credentials can be synchronized to all participating sites, no matter their location, promoting sharing and standardization across your organization. Changes can be either central or initiated at the remote locations. Ideal for multi-site, multi-national, and multi-tenant deployments, you will feel secure in knowing that changes in one site are propagated to all other sites in no time. Key benefits Reduces your operating costs by moving to a single-card approach Makes the transition to a centralized cardholder management model as smooth as possible Permits remote site autonomy as needed Eliminates human error and security flaws through automation of key tasks Manage global cardholders and credentials from anywhere at any time with the Security Center web client Global Cardholder Management Sample applications Moving to a one card solution You can finally issue a single credential or corporate card that can be used across all your sites, dramatically reducing your credential expenditures, and allowing traveling employees to travel with ease. Large multi-site organizations Central management is now possible for large multi-national organizations. New or modified cardholders and credentials can be managed centrally and synchronized to remote sites, transparent to remote users. Managed services and multi-tenant environments Users offering managed services or those managing multi-tenant environments also benefit from global cardholder management as it allows them to manage multiple sites as if it were a single system, thereby eliminating individual logins to each and every remote site. Central management with regional autonomy If you move to a centralized model for cardholder and credential management, remote sites can maintain local autonomy over access rights and access control hardware. This guarantees that security is handled locally. Feature note Applications: Access Control

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