SALTO Systems signs new partner for smart access in Illinois and Wisconsin

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SALTO Systems continues its expansion in the United States announcing a new contract with Denning Electronics to sell its products in Illinois and Wisconsin.

“Denning Electronics is onboard to ensure that physical key systems in Illinois and Wisconsin are replaced with SALTO access control solutions,” said Ken Wippich, President and Owner of Denning Electronics.

“With SALTO’s full range of wireless electronic access products, it’s possible to provide the highest level of safety, security, and accountability for people, property, and buildings while avoiding installation challenges and physical key management issues.”

With offices in the greater Chicago metropolitan area, Denning Electronics has served all levels of government, schools, banks, manufacturers, food producers, distributors, performing arts centers, and retail establishments in the Illinois and Wisconsin areas for more than 38 years. 

Scott Smith, SALTO North America Regional Sales Manager-Great Lakes, said: “SALTO is excited to partner with Denning Electronics in strengthening and expanding our footprint in Illinois and Wisconsin.” 

SALTO offers a range of networked, cloud, and mobile electronic-locking products that meet the full spectrum of building management needs. Its hardware and software can be networked without wires to provide real-time intelligence and instant control, and easily integrates with existing systems.

It says its products are in use in more than 40,000 installations with an estimated 40 million daily users.

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About SALTO Systems

It was the first to offer access control via a stand-alone, battery-powered electronic lock and the first wireless access control system that combined a stand-alone locking device with online, real-time capabilities – without wires or mechanical keys. For more information visit

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