As part of the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance, EasyLobby just received Lenel factory certification for the integration of EasyLobby SVM version 9 with Lenel’s OnGuard versions 6.0 and 6.1 access control system.

EasyLobby customers using the latest version of Lenel OnGuard for access control can now benefit from the seamless integration between EasyLobby and Lenel. A certified OAAP partner for years, including OnGuard versions 5.11 and 5.12, the integration enables visitors and contractors to be given temporary card access so that a loaned proximity card or a barcoded visitor badge printed from EasyLobby SVM can open a door, turnstile, or activate an elevator controlled by OnGuard.

“This integration of our SVM software with OnGuard provides joint EasyLobby and Lenel customers with the best of both worlds without compromising any functionality in either system,” said Howard Marson, CEO of EasyLobby. “Customers can now grant card access to those visitors and contractors that require it without the need of a guard or receptionist interfacing directly with the access control system.”

“EasyLobby has completed required certification testing at Lenel to validate the functionality of its interface to OnGuard. We look forward to their continued involvement in the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program,” said Raffaele Ceravolo, director of strategic alliances for Lenel.