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Wonder Case Study

Wonder is a new mobile technology company focused on creating new experience around entertainment and gaming. 

They are keeping a low profile right now while they ramp up their solution, so security is top of mind for them as they don’t want to let the cat out of the bag just yet.

Keep an eye out for them and check back to get the latest on their big vision for mobile entertainment.

Challenge
Solution

With offices in multiple cities and serious security requirements, Wonder wanted to strike a balance between locking down their offices and also creating a fun place to work that embraced creativity and openness. They invested in building out a really cool new office for their Los Angeles HQ and wanted to be sure it had every bell and whistle and could scale with them as they grew. “I didn’t want to waste my time managing everyone’s access,” said Casey Wallace, VP Operations. “With our old system I was spending all day chasing down keys, badges and issuing credentials to folks…there were so many more important things I wanted to spend my time on.”

Mobile access for a mobile tech company

How Wonder’s tech-savvy employees rely on Openpath to secure their office

Openpath gives Wonder flexibility and security, and is the perfect solution for a company that’s focused on mobile entertainment.

Key Features

Damn it's Pretty!

The Wonder office is super cool and is one of those offices everyone wishes they could work at. Openpath’s stylish looking reader fits right in and blends in nicely with the design of the building and the space.

Multi-site Support

Employees move around between offices a ton so being able to come to their LA HQ and have access even if you’re not based in that office makes everyone’s life that much easier.

Last to Leave

Since their office entrance is right on a busy street with all kinds of people walking by, the Wonder receptionist gives us big props for the last to leave feature which lets her instantly lock the door even if it's scheduled to be unlocked during the day, should she see some sketchy folks attempting to enter.

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