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Matrix Systems–Videx Partnership Offers 60 to 70 Percent Savings in Ancillary Door Security Solutions

Partnership delivers quick, inexpensive, auditable key/lock solutions that easily integrate into Matrix Systems’ full-service offerings

For Immediate Release

Tracie Burton
Matrix Systems, Inc.
John Parris Frantz
J.P.F. Communications

Dayton, Ohio — Matrix Systems, a Dayton, Ohio-based turnkey access control and security solutions provider, and the CyberLock® division of Videx®, Corvallis, Ore., have partnered to provide non-wired, stand-alone security options that save 60 to 70 percent in ancillary door security costs at aviation, education, healthcare, government, industrial and other commercial facilities.

CyberLock replaces conventional key cylinders with electronic cylinders that allow door access only with preprogrammed/assigned electronic CyberKeys® and record access events using Matrix Systems Frontier™ access control software.

CyberLock is an affordable security alternative, offering savings on installation compared to conventional door card readers, and less expensive equipment than wireless door entries. The Matrix Systems–Videx partnership is the perfect solution for securing ancillary doors where audits are necessary but the security level doesn’t justify the installation costs of conventional real-time door card readers. Doors such as communication closets, fence gates, unoccupied out-parcel buildings, lockers, new doors, remote entries and even padlocks can now be added to a facility’s Matrix Systems access control system at a reduced cost.

Matrix Systems’ turnkey access control and security offerings include in-house equipment, design, installation, service and aftermarket customer support that complement the Videx technology. “The beauty of our Frontier software is how easily it integrates with other proprietary software and equipment, such as Videx’s CyberAudit enterprise system, which records and stores all CyberLock events and transmits the key/lock data to the facility’s hard-wired door access history,” said Jim Russell, vice president—sales, Matrix Systems.

“Videx looks forward to working with a company of Matrix Systems’ caliber that can integrate our product into a comprehensive access control system and also provide aftermarket training and support,” said Andy Hilverda, vice president, Videx. “Matrix is integrating our enterprise system with their software to enhance the total solutions they provide their customers.”