Bank of Hawaii recently worked with Diebold to install a new Pacom access control system in its central processing area.
Bank of Hawaii is the state's second oldest bank, with assets worth more than US$3 billion. It boats more than 160 branches in its home state plus an additional dozen in American Samoa, Guam, Palau, and Saipan.
Bank of Hawaii is a long-time customer of Pacom and has Pacom alarm, access control and use GMS as their primary management platform.
“This particular install involved the replacement of an existing access control system with a new Pacom panel,” said Robert Young, Diebold Sales Manager in Honolulu, Hawaii. “We have always been pleased with the reputation and performance of the Pacom product.”
The Pacom system offers a full redundancy for each of the access control panels and the ability to monitor who enter and leaves the processing area for greater management control. Pacom provides similar control panels at all of the bank's branches and ATM locations.
“It is important to Bank of Hawaii that any new system upgrade and equipment replacements are handled quickly and easily and that they do not interrupt the bank's daily routine and overall security shield,” said Hugh White, VP of Sales for Pacom.
“The products must integrate with existing systems and provide for future growth and expansion.”
“Bank of Hawaii is also a great customer and we are dedicated to helping them meet their security needs,” White said.