Transact Campus, Genea Security Announce Door Access Solutions Partnership

The collaboration is said to allow campuses to shift from traditional on-premise software to a cloud-based platform built on non-proprietary hardware.

Transact Campus, Genea Security Announce Door Access Solutions Partnership

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Transact Campus, a campus technology and payment solutions company, announces its partnership with Genea Security, a provider of cloud-based access control.

The collaboration allows campuses to shift from traditional on-premise software to a cloud-based platform built on non-proprietary hardware, according to the companies, and the integration of Genea’s security solutions with Transact Transaction System Enterprise (TSE) enables the provisioning of access rights.

By integrating Genea’s cloud-based technology with Transact’s mobile credential solutions, the collaboration is also said to expand Transact’s product line and cement its status as a technological leader in the educational sector.

“Our collaboration with Genea marks a significant milestone in our commitment to providing innovative and integrated solutions for higher education,” said Rasheed Behrooznia, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Campus ID at Transact. “By integrating Genea’s advanced cloud technology with our mobile credential ecosystem, we are setting new standards for campus security and operational efficiency.”

For Genea, the company says this partnership solidifies its commitment to safety and security in higher education. By harnessing Transact’s extensive and stable customer relationships, Genea is poised to further its position in the higher education market. The synergy between Genea’s advanced door access solutions and Transact’s established products is said to enhance security features for campuses and continuity in efficient card office operations.

“This partnership with Transact Campus represents a pivotal expansion of our technologies into the higher education sector, where we already have clients, but are now strategically positioned to significantly enhance our impact with Transact,” said Mike Maxsenti, General Manager of Genea Security. “Through this partnership, we are taking significant strides forward, leveraging our open, non-proprietary cloud-based platform. Together, we are delivering a sophisticated door access solution tailored to the distinct security requirements of colleges and universities. This innovative solution enhances safety and convenience for students and staff alike, marking a new era of collaboration and advancement in campus security technology.”

To learn more about Transact, visit www.transactcampus.com. To learn more about Genea, visit www.getgenea.com.

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