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Remote Programme Electronic Key Brings Award Recognition for SitexOrbis

SitexOrbis : 02 March, 2010  (New Product)
Property Protection experts gain LHC innovation award for the eMAKS electronically managed access key enabling remote programming for building management companies
A new electronic key designed to be a property manager's dream by having the ability to be reprogrammed remotely to work in thousands of locks has won SitexOrbis the prestigious LHC innovation of the year award.

24/7 property and people protection specialist SitexOrbis introduced the electronically managed access key system, known as eMAKS, to help property managers both reduce their carbon footprint and boost productivity.

In a survey conducted by a leading housing journal for the company last September some property professionals stated they were clocking up around 2,500 miles a year picking up and returning keys. Each year this means, on this task alone, each was producing half a ton of CO2 emissions, wasting 70 work-days and spending £200 or more on petrol.

The system puts an end to hanging around for the right key to arrive and can stop access to buildings instantly if they become unsafe. Reports are available on the internet for authorised personnel to check who entered the building and for how long for management and invoicing purposes.

David Walker, who received the award as chief executive of SitexOrbis, said: "Interest from social housing officers and property managers in charge of hundreds of properties is immense. The system has already proved it is able to exceed expectations and create major cost savings."

Innovation of the year was a new award introduced to illustrate the importance of appointed LHC companies adopting innovation to achieve compliance, efficiency, quality and sustainability for customers. The presentation was made at a lunch held in London in February 2010.

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