Resources including videos and white papers

Resources

Videos

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Overview

Wondering how KeyTrak key control systems work? This video provides an overview of how each of our solutions helps protect you from liability and provide you with peace of mind by creating a 100 percent automatic verifiable audit trail.

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About Us

Choosing the right key control vendor is almost as important as selecting the right system. For an in-depth look at KeyTrak as a company, watch this video. You’ll meet some of our staff, see how we engineer our solutions in-house and more.

White papers

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Automotive Best Practices

Running a car dealership is tough business, and the last thing you want to worry about is keeping track of all the keys for the cars on your lot. When you get your employees to follow KeyTrak’s best practices guidelines, you have one less thing to worry about and can focus on making that next sale.

6 common key control mistakes

Six Common Key Control Mistakes

Many multifamily property owners face security issues that raise liability concerns regarding the protection of their tenants’ keys. Unfortunately, the key security practices they use don’t always provide adequate key control. This paper addresses six common key control mistakes that property owners make when implementing a key management system.

Multifamily best practices

Multifamily Best Practices

Apartment and multifamily housing managers take on a lot of responsibility. Making sure you know who has access to your keys is an important step to keeping your residents safe. When everyone follows KeyTrak’s best practices guidelines, you can keep tabs on who has your keys.

Three Unexpected Ways Your Dealership Alienates Next Generation Buyers

Three Unexpected Ways Your Dealership Alienates Next Generation Buyers

With millennials being one of the largest age groups responsible for buying new vehicles, it’s no surprise that dealerships are transforming their advertising techniques and in-store experiences to earn more next-generation customers. However, there are three common dealership practices that could be driving millennials away. This white paper will help you discover what those practices are and how you can fix them.

Five Key Control Tips to Improve Your Dealership's Security and Efficiency

Five Key Control Tips to Improve Your Dealership's Security and Efficiency

Lost keys or dealer plates, delayed test drives, missed sales and service appointments and stolen vehicles are all things that waste time and cost you money. However, there’s an underlying issue that connects these things: poor key and asset management. To protect your assets and reach peak efficiency, your dealership must have effective processes for managing its keys.

K-12 Key Control

K-12 Key Control: Closing the Security Gaps

Due to recent events across the country, many K-12 schools are updating current security policies and procedures, as well as implementing new ones. Although many schools have tight security policies, putting them into practice is sometimes a challenge — especially when it comes to key control. In this white paper, you’ll discover the top weaknesses in K-12 key management practices and how to improve them.

How Physical Key Security Reduces Insider Threats

How Physical Key Security Reduces Insider Threats

As a security professional, you face tremendous pressure to keep your organization’s assets safe. You have to worry not only about external bad actors but also insiders who have access to your organization’s most sensitive data and assets. If an employee used a physical key to commit a theft, would you know about it? In this white paper, you’ll discover four problems that interfere with key security and learn how to address insider threats using electronic key control systems.

Quick Guides

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Five Reasons You Need Tighter Key Control

The more lines of defense you can put between a thief and your vehicles, the better. Securing your keys is a good first step, but simple lockboxes or back-room peg boards won't be enough to stop determined thieves. A more secure solution would be a key and inventory management system that limits access to authorized individuals and automatically provides an audit trail of key checkouts.