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Use your phone to open your office doors

With Sequr, you can skip the keycards and give employees access to the office with virtual keys on their smartphone.

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How does mobile access work?

Sequr turns your mobile device into your keycard without sacrificing convenience or security. Sequr’s simple solution to virtual keys makes it a no-brainer for any facility.

1

Pull out your phone

As you approach the door, pull out your mobile device.

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2

Tap phone to reader

Tap your mobile device to the reader to unlock the door.

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Access Granted

Instantly, The door will unlock and you can enter. It’s like magic!

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Are you ready to get started? Speak with a Sequr rep today and join the forward thinking, self-starting, technology driven champions of the access control industry.

Sequr Advantage

Sequr turns your mobile device into your keycard without sacraficing convenience or security. Sequr’s simple solution to virtual keys makes it a no-brainer for any facility.

Mobile Keys

Give employees the power to open doors with their smartphones.

Works Offline

Even if the internet goes out, your phone or keycard will still work to open the door

No Need to Open App

Your mobile key works exactly like a keycard. You don't even need to open an app

More Secure

Unlike mobile credentials, physical credentials can be copied and shared

Control Center

Open and lock doors from your browser based control center

Save Money

No more buying expensive keycards everytime someone loses one or you hire someone new

Remote Management

Assign and revoke access from anywhere, at anytime, on any device

Custom...Everything

Create customs schedules, access rights and door groups

Company Culture

Opening doors with your phone is just plain cool and your employees will love it

Two Factor Authentication

For high-security facilities, require a pin code or touch id for access to be granted

Twist & Go

Employees can open doors and gates simply by twisting their phone as they approach

Unlikely to Share

Someone is far more likely to share a keycard than their smartphone