voestalpine, one of the largest steel companies, has chosen Nedap's security management system as its access control and security management system. Both parties have signed a two-year framework agreement to equip the voestalpine offices and production plants worldwide with the solution.
The steel giant is represented by 360 production and sales companies globally and has decided to implement the same security policy at all of its locations. voestalpine currently uses several RFID card technologies and has conditioned the assignment to the retention of its legacy systems where possible. The extensive possibilities of the system to integrate existing systems and technologies into one management platform were the decisive factor for voestalpine to choose Nedap's access control and security management system.
The signed framework agreement forms the basis for the cooperation between Nedap and voestalpine, which will provide the steel producer with a reliable solution to optimize its security policy.
"One of the advantages of the management is that standardization on one access control system throughout the world enables voestalpine to implement its security policy more easily and at significantly lower operational costs," said Nancy Wanders, Business Development Manager at Nedap.