That’s amazing! If you are willing to share how you built the tap in/ out system, we’d love to host it on our commmunity board: http://community.getkisi.com/
I’m sorry to hear that you feel you got too much information from us - it’s just we launched tons of products recently and wanted to update everyone. Maybe too much in that case.
Also in your case, sorry to hear that we missed your email. If you are still interested would love to get back in touch! January has been crazy in terms of growth for us as we service worldwide now. If you are still interested, would love to chat - even if it’s just to hear how you like your check in / check out build.
@Mark: Normally coworking spaces don’t have to ask property management companies, they tell them what to do. You guys are the modern facility managers (from their point of view) and normally they are keen on adopting new tech that coworking spaces use every day. Now in security that’s sometimes a bit hairy mostly because a) they don’t know how SaaS software works, b) they don’t have an IT department and c) they are scared that anyone finds out how bad their current security system is.
On Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 8:45:40 AM UTC-5, Tom Lewis wrote:
We use Nexudus coworking management software and have built a homebrew tap in/out system using a couple of cheap 10" wall mounted monitors, stick PCs and proximity touch pads that reads our access passes, connected to Nexudus via their check in software.
It works, just. We have a ton of problems with people not checking in or out properly, partly because Nexudus doesn’t store any credentials locally so there can be a delay in accepting a checkin/out, which confused people so they try again.
We want to try Kisi, but despite their absolute relentless email spamming/marketing, when I actually replied back to them saying we’d like to give it a go, they’ve ignored my email!
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 18:13:11 UTC, Mark Gordon wrote:
Our property managers arent keen on Kisi (or anything that taps into base building security) so just curious what others have done, short of having someone physically sit there and check people in. This is more of a concern for the day pass users as opposed to full monthly, as it would be great to have an automated system.