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03/01/2017

Brivo partners with Savance

Bethesda, Md and Commerical Township, Mi

Brivo and Savance, a provider of business automation and employee tracking software solutions have entered into an integration partnership. The partnership will provide customers with unified, customisable, and fully scalable solutions—combining access control with visitor management, staff tracking, time & attendance, emergency mustering, and digital status boards.

“Partnering with Brivo provides us an opportunity to integrate with another cloud company, and offer comprehensive access control and business operations solutions that make businesses more efficient and improve on their safety,” says Steve Bardocz, President and CEO of Savance, LLC.

Brivo and Savance partnered due to growing market demands for an integration between physical security systems and solutions for payroll management, electronic visitor check-in, emergency preparedness, and staff tracking. The partnership will combine Savance’s expertise in highly customisable business automation solutions with Brivo’s flagship cloud-based physical access control solution, Brivo Onair, to deliver advanced capabilities that enhance the security and tracking requirements of any size company or organisation.

“This combined solution is suited for all types of businesses, and provides customers with increased safety, better staff accountability, simplified reporting and management at a reduced cost of ownership,” said Steve Van Till, President and CEO of Brivo.


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