New SwiftConnect integration extends employee badge in Apple Wallet

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SwiftConnect has confirmed its AccessCloud platform integration with the Johnson Controls Software House C•CURE 9000 access control system, which will provide easy, secure and private access using an iPhone and Apple Watch.

The company says this makes it possible for Software House C•CURE 9000 customers to take advantage of employee badge in Apple Wallet for physical access. 

Powered by SwiftConnect, employee badge in Apple Wallet allows users to conveniently access buildings, turnstiles, amenity spaces, office suites, enterprise resources and more with just their iPhone or an Apple Watch.

“The SwiftConnect platform integration with Software House C•CURE is reshaping the way people interact with buildings and offices at dozens of our joint customer locations,”  said Jason Ouellette, Head of Technology and Business Innovation for Security Products Access Control and Video Systems business at Johnson Controls. 

“We look forward to a continued successful partnership and helping organizations leverage the power of mobile for convenience, seamless and secure access.”

“SwiftConnect and Johnson Controls share a common vision in helping enterprises and commercial real estate organizations transform buildings from traditional offices to more flexible workspaces by delivering on-demand, self-service access with the convenience of mobile credentials in digital wallets,” said Josh Jagdfeld, VP of Partnerships at SwiftConnect.

“The integration broadens our ecosystem and extends our global reach to serve more customers looking to create better workplace experiences and automate their access management at scale.”

Employee badge operational benefits

SwiftConnect says that it deploys employee badge in Apple Wallet by serving as the integration backbone between mobile app, credential technologies, access control systems and other business systems.

The company’s intelligent, centralized backend harmonizes access control systems and other sources to automate access management, aggregate access transaction data and provide insights across platforms. 

SwiftConnect’s capabilities are anchored in its open and interoperable approach that has set a new standard in the industry for connected access enablement,” the company said in a statement.

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