Telaeris Announces XPressEntry Integration with Maxxess eFusion

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Telaeris’ XPressEntry handheld readers for badge verification and emergency mustering now proudly integrates with Maxxess eFusion access control software.

"The Telaeris integration enhances the Maxxess emergency management and coordination system and allows our customers to easily verify personnel anywhere in their building or on campus.” Nancy Islas, Maxxess Systems President.

Telaeris (https://telaeris.com/), a handheld badge verification and emergency mustering solutions provider for physical access control systems (PACS), today announced its XPressEntry software integration with Maxxess eFusion access control software. Maxxess access control customers can now use a variety of XPressEntry compatible handheld badge readers to quickly muster employees during an emergency evacuation, verify identity, perform medical screenings at entry points, record entries and exits where door readers are not practical, and much more.

“We welcome Maxxess and their powerful eFusion software to the family of XPressEntry access control integrations,” said Dr. David Carta, chief executive officer, Telaeris. “Securing commercial and government facilities is important work, especially in these new COVID-19 times. The added functionality and flexibility plus Coronavirus screening that XPressEntry brings is helpful for safety and security professionals around the world.”

“We are excited to offer our customers a robust remote reader solution for day to day secure verification of access control as well as advanced mustering applications for managing emergency situations. The Telaeris integration enhances the Maxxess emergency management and coordination system and allows our customers to easily verify personnel anywhere in their building or on campus,” Nancy Islas, Maxxess Systems President.

XPressEntry’s badge verification solution with commercial grade handheld badge readers are now able to be connected to the the Maxxess eFusion system. XPressEntry maintains updated facility occupancy information and can quickly verify personnel and visitor badge information including name, photo ID, and permissions against the Maxxess eFusion database from anywhere with cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity. It also delivers an emergency evacuation and employee mustering solution verify that personnel and visitors are accounted for and safely evacuated during emergency situations. In addition, XPressEntry now supports validating personnel and visitor health status information before entering work areas to support COVID-19 workplace safety protocols.

XPressEntry is the worldwide leader for handheld badge verification with integrations to most access control systems now including Maxxess eFusion. XPressEntry handhelds proudly read more badge technologies than any other handheld in the industry including iClass, Prox, Indala, DESFire, Mifare, and PIV and can simultaneously poll for both HF and LF credentials. XPressEntry has also been penetration tested and certified as secure using appropriate security protocols and encryption.

About Telaeris

Founded in 2005, Telaeris, Inc. is a US-based security and safety solutions company, specializing in handheld readers for physical access control, emergency mustering, and identity validation. Telaeris’ XPressEntry is a hardware and software solution that seamlessly integrates with any industry-leading access control system, providing rugged wireless devices capable of reading any badge technology, plus biometric authentication. For more information, please visit https://telaeris.com/.

About Maxxess

Maxxess is a U.S.-based, privately held, global corporation specializing in security management solutions and innovative technologies that are effectively transforming the way businesses approach and implement security. Leading organizations worldwide, from healthcare to hospitality and transportation to telecommunications, choose Maxxess for the company’s expertise in access control, security system management software, and mobile safety applications.

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