How the IPGUARD provides a cost-effective, convenient and secure solution
for Local Authorities & Housing Associations across the UK.
IP Door Entry ltd specialises in providing smart and innovative door entry, access control & communication solutions.
Who uses our solutions?
14,000 + IPGUARD's installed world wide.
More installed every day!
I have from the outset been very impressed at the ease of use and the versatility of the CLOUD system. The changes made are immediate and the reporting tool is exceptionally useful within tenancy management. IP Door Entry’s support and advice is to be commended and I appreciate all the time spent supporting me through this transition.
The IPGUARD makes what can be a complex install, simple and quick, with limited disruption to the residents. The client can program fobs, resident details and retrieve full system usage events remotely and in real-time. This is great for us & our clients, as we no longer have to attend site for this reason. Furthermore, we can securely & remotely release the door when required. This is great when a contractor is due on site, but no one is available to let them in. The IPGUARD truly speaks for itself, so much so we are installing these all across London.
Our experience of the IPGUARD & BATICONNECT SOLUTION has been very positive. The solution is very easy to use, cost effective, and the cloud-based portal is user friendly, which makes the management totally hassle free, and keeps us in control.
We changed-to IP Door Entry because we weren't satisfied with the previous Access Control System that had been installed 2 years earlier. The previous system was cumbersome: difficult to maintain, used fobs that could be cloned at any local locksmith, and was incapable of providing access logs. In contrast we couldn't be happier with our IP Door Entry System. It's delivered the full suite of desired features, at a fraction of the cost we were being quoted elsewhere, whilst being easy to maintain and providing absolute confidence that access to the facilities is actually limited to those paying for them.