Morse Watchmans Offers Key Control and Asset Management

by | Facilities, Products, Security

Morse Watchmans, the industry leader in key control and asset management systems has a number of products to help provide security and access control for houses of worship, including:

The KeyWatcher® Touch electronic key cabinet is a scalable key control solution for organizations looking to secure, manage and track keys and other assets. With a 7” touchscreen and patented SmartKey system with KeyAnywhere technology, it is easy to withdraw and return a key securely to any key cabinet located within an enterprise. KeyWatcher® Touch also integrates with many brands of access control systems for a layered security approach. 

SmartKey® electronic locker systems are the ideal solution for securing, tracking, and controlling access to larger objects. Set up SmartKey Locker systems as a personal metal locker storage space for one or multiple users. SmartKey metal locker cabinets are engineered for complete interactivity with your other business systems such as access control.  

Now get touchscreen convenience with the KeyBank® Touch key access control system – the safer, more secure way to manage large quantities of keys. The bright 7″ touchscreen key organizer system gives users an easier-to-use interface for the management and control of up to 18,000 keys and 10,000 users per site. 

These solutions, coupled with Morse Watchmans’ industry-leading software, service and support, ensure the safety and security of a variety of physical assets. 

Morse Watchmans, a security solutions provider since 1882, was acquired in December 2021 by TouchPoint, Inc., a privately held diversified global growth company. In its portfolio, TouchPoint provides access hardware, medical technology, and intelligent inventory management solutions. Morse Watchmans joins TouchPoint’s intelligent inventory management platform, positioning themselves for exponential market growth to provide global key control and asset management solutions. 

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