Technology to Secure Your Building

Imagine restricting access to your building with the click of a mouse. Or not having to worry about replacing door locks when a key goes missing. That is the world of building security today as technology continues to turn locks and keys into relics of the past.


NCI designs and installs entry access control systems as simple as a single door to thousands of doors, and a few access card holders to thousands at multiple locations. Electronic access control provides long-term cost benefits with the elimination of lock replacement expenses. Entry access cards are simply deactivated if lost or stolen, or simply in the hands of someone such as a terminated employee who no longer is allowed access to your building.

Call us at 800-783-2293 for more information or to schedule a consultation on installing an electronic entry access control system for your organization.

Fast, Flexible Access Control

All doors connected to an electronic access control system automatically lock upon closure, requiring an access token or PIN to gain entrance. Doors also can be set to unlock during designated times, or specific areas can be restricted to only those with a need to enter.

Electronic access control systems also provide your security team with the ability to restrict access by time of day and employee. For example, weekday employees who have no business being in the building on a weekend could have their access restricted outside of regular work times.

Access Control Systems for Every Need

NCI’s expert access control technicians can tailor an ideal system design for the scope of your organization’s building security. Centralized administration and control of sites enables your security staff to grant access privileges to groups or individuals quickly with user-friendly software.

Advanced features such as IP camera integration, site graphics, and triggers and actions settings can further enhance the capabilities of these technologically advanced access control systems. Your team can generate event reports through the PC-based system, and single-door architecture make it easy to install, specify and maintain the system.