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17th July 2019 Issue no. 466

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CISA celebrates IHG compliance

* CISA-Contactless-lock.jpgLeading global security provider, Allegion, has received a milestone accolade for its CISA contactless locks, as one of the world's leading hotel chains has confirmed the range on its list of locks in their Brand Safety Standard.

The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) has more than 4,700 hotels in nearly 100 countries, encompassing brands such as Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn. An endorsement from the IHG is a landmark development for Allegion and demonstrates the prestige of CISA access control solutions.

The CISA eSIGNO Contactless Lock range allows guests to unlock their doors by simply holding a card up to the reader, a very quick and user-friendly option.

Paul Taylor, Hotel Locking and Access Control Sales Leader at Allegion commented: "We worked closely with the IHG to respond to their bespoke specification requirements for guest room locks, and are pleased to announce this has resulted in approval for our CISA range for their entire property estate.

"Working with one of the world's leading hospitality franchises is a great development for CISA and demonstrates its growing place as a go to access control solution for hotels worldwide, comprising an innovative design with advanced security features. We also have varying finishes available on the range which enables the aesthetics to be simple or stylish, depending on the hotel environment which is ideal for a franchise framework."

Designed specifically for the hospitality industry, CISA eSIGNO Contactless Locks require no wiring or invasive work on the door, ensuring a simple installation whether on new projects or upgrading of an existing system. The locks can operate both offline and online with a wireless network.

www.allegion.co.uk

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