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Access control companies and installers in Seattle

When you’re in the market for the best access control in Seattle, you want to work with the best local installers and providers. Openpath is a modern access control provider that works with trained and certified installers in the Seattle area. Whether you’re looking for a small scale solution for a two door office or a multi-site system with doors, turnstiles, elevators, and garages, we can work with you to design a system that’s right for you. Our experienced access control installers in Seattle can implement a new hardware and wiring or retrofit existing systems with Openpath depending on your needs.

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Best physical security and access control solutions in Seattle

Openpath and our partners are well established access control providers across the Seattle and Washington state area. Whether you’re looking to implement access control in an office, retail, industrial, residential, religious or educational building, Openpath’s innovative technology and unique flexibility works for a variety of applications. Openpath is designed as both a complete system and as an upgrade, in cases where you’re happy with your existing access control system but you want modern features like mobile access and 2FA. Openpath offers a wide feature set:

  • Industry leading mobile credential experience
    Mobile credentials are one of the latest innovations in the access control space but often don’t work reliably or consistently. Openpath is a mobile-first access control provider, meaning our mobile credentials are designed to work every time. Our patented triple unlock technology leverages three signals on your mobile phone to unlock a door (Bluetooth, WiFi and Cellular), which helps ensure connectivity, even when the Internet is out and there’s limited cell service. Additionally, Openpath’s mobile credentials are designed to be frictionless: you can keep the phone in your pocket or purse and walk up to the door, wave your hand, and the door will unlock.
  • Support for traditional access methods
    For those who prefer traditional key cards and fobs, Openpath them covered. Openpath readers also support a wide variety of key cards and fobs, and in most cases you can still use your existing credentials. If you’d like new credentials, Openpath also offers highly encrypted cards and fobs that can’t be easily copied or cloned.
  • No software to install, no servers to manage
    Openpath is a cloud-based access control system, meaning there are no servers to maintain or software to install. Legacy access control systems can be costly and time-intensive to keep up and running, even requiring downtime to perform routine system updates. With a cloud-based solution, new features and improvements are updated automatically, and the software can be accessed on the web. Plus, our software is designed to be easy to use and works with applications you use every day.
  • Trained installers local and nationwide
    Openpath works with and trains the best local installers in the Seattle area. Our integration partners are also experienced in other forms of physical security, like video surveillance, biometric access, intrusion, and alarm systems, and can work with you to create a fully integrated solution.
  • Quality customer support
    Openpath strives to create a seamless, enjoyable experience from installation through implementation. Our trained customer support team is available to answer any questions you may have throughout the process, and can be easily reached via email and phone.

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