KeyTrak to Demo New Touchscreen Interface at SEAHO 2013
At the 2013 Southeastern Association of Housing Officers (SEAHO) Conference in Atlanta, GA, KeyTrak Inc., the leading provider of key and asset management systems, will show staff and student leaders how to automatically secure keys and assets and reduce liability. From February 26 to March 1, KeyTrak will demo its key control solutions and new drawer system, which now features a touchscreen interface, in booth #707.
“To strengthen campus security measures, housing officers must control access to their keys and assets,” said Vice President of Sales Richard Battle. “We are looking forward to educating universities on how they can improve efficiency, reduce risk of liability and protect students’ property through the use of a computerized key security system.”
By creating detailed reports on system transactions and recording employees’ use of keys, KeyTrak provides a 100 percent automatic verifiable audit trail, which reduces liability risks for housing officers.
SEAHO strives to be an inclusive community that works toward the professional enhancement of its members. At SEAHO 2013, students and staff will be given them the opportunity to learn from and network with industry professionals and vendors to maintain quality services, programs and community experiences for those living on campus.
To view a demonstration of KeyTrak, stop by booth #707 at SEAHO 2013. For more information about SEAHO, visit www.seaho.org.
About KeyTrak Inc.
Founded in 1987, KeyTrak was the first company to create a computerized drawer to safeguard and track keys and assets, and to develop industry-specific key control software. With more than 11,000 installations in apartment communities, hospitals, military institutions, government facilities, automotive dealerships, commercial facilities, high-rise buildings, universities and office complexes worldwide, KeyTrak is considered the industry leader in key control and asset management. For more information, please visit www.keytrak.com or call 888.612.0984.