KeyWatcher® Touch Debuts to European Market

Morse Watchmans Positioned for Strong IFSEC Exhibit with Focus on Innovations in Key Control Technology


Birmingham, UK (May 14, 2012) – Innovative key control and asset management systems from Morse Watchmans are making their European debut at this year’s IFSEC 2012.
New to the lineup are the KeyWatcher® Touch key control system and KeyWatcher TrueTouch software. These additions will be showcased along with Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher Illuminated system and a variety of system configurations that highlight the rich functionality of the product portfolio. Additionally, to help kick off the European introduction of the KeyWatcher Touch system, visitors to the booth (4/B20) have the opportunity to win an Apple® iPod® Nano touch.
“IFSEC 2012 promises to be an exciting event for us with the debut of our KeyWatcher Touch and KeyWatcher TrueTouch system,” said Fernando Pires, VP, sales and marketing, Morse Watchmans. “These new products, along with our award-winning portfolio of product solutions, can facilitate a more unified and effective physical security plan for organizations of all sizes and types.”
The new KeyWatcher Touch system features several innovative technologies including the time-saving KeyAnywhere capability that allows the return of a key to any
KeyWatcher Touch cabinet in the enterprise. The KeyFind feature quickly enables administrators to locate which KeyWatcher Touch a specific key is in, or determine who has it out. The KeyWatcher Touch is capable of integrating multiple locations with a common usage of database and programming.
Complementing KeyWatcher Touch is the KeyWatcher TrueTouch software package. The managing software runs all programming, remote functions and reports while the server performs all synchronizations of transactions as well as maintaining the SQL database. Both access control systems and customized client control software interface with the server application.
Additional featured products include the KeyWatcher Illuminated key control system, which can be configured with a variety of modules, and customized to specific user needs. In addition to several differently configured key modules, available modules include the credit/access card module and the single and dual locker modules which can be used in any KeyWatcher system for holding small valuable items.
Also on display is the KeyBank® Key Control System that provides total accountability of large quantities of keys; Key-Pro Software, Key-Rings®, PowerCheck® Guard Tour System and Tour-Pro™ Data Sorting Software.
For more information visit www.morsewatchmans.com.

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