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Posted on 2014-10-29
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What under $1,000 "employee badge software"
do you recommend for the below workplace ?
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Specs
 1. 100 employees
 2. five doors that need to be monitored, all within
     10 feet of an internal "LAN/Internet" outlet
 3. running Microsoft SQL server onPremise if possible
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Steps
 1. user scans BADGE to enter doors
 2. if power goes OFF door defaults to CLOSED,
     but has a "panic" bar so users can get out if needed
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We have a very similar setup in work (but slightly more users)

I have not much experience on other software but one we use is called Net2 which was by a company called Paxton
http://www.paxton.co.uk/products.asp?id=11,0&strStage=product_page&strFamily=net2&strGroup=group-05042

We have our doors hooked up with mifair card readers which allow access / exit. We have ours set to auto open in the event of a fire but it allows you to lock them if required.
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