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New York Real Estate Journal • Owners, Developers & Managers • May 11 – 24, 2010 BRONX , NY IMRON Corporation has secured its space in the real estate industry. The company’s innovative security management solutions have been deployed in thousands of locations worldwide ranging from government facilities, airports, hospitals, and universities.  IMRON has evolved into a manufacturer of integrated access control technology that has been installed in New York’s top commercial and residential high-rise buildings.  In addition, the company offers solutions for video management, alarm management, biometrics, smartcards, asset management, and ID Badging.   Large-scale facilities including the Parkchester…
Leslie Hall of IMRON Corporation discusses how the RF IDeas enrollment reader is used with the IS2000 access control system.   Security departments control the issuance of identification badges and have requirements for enrolling/assigning the number to the employee as well as various identification needs.  RF IDeas manufactures a USB enrollment reader that can read these badges, thus eliminating the need for manual entry and providing error-free identification.  pcProx is compatible with over 300 million physical access proximity cards.  This reader allows users to use their building access card for other forms of identification and security throughout their workplace.  This…
What do you do for IMRON Corporation? I am the company founder, and I oversee all operations of the business.  For the past 15 years we have established ourselves as a leader in providing innovative security management solutions with a special focus towards Access Control.  Our award winning flagship product, IS2000 manages Physical and Logical Access Control, with Video and Alarm systems, combining all security needs into one powerful system.  Our solutions have been deployed to thousands of locations worldwide, from government facilities, airports, commercial high rise buildings, hospitals, universities, and much more.   How did you originally get involved…
  Seems that everyone is talking about security nowadays, but using security innovation to help business increase productivity and employee welfare has always been the priority for IMRON Corporation.   Since its founder, Imron Hussain, started in the business security field more than 10 years ago, IMRON Corporation’s focus has been to use technology to leverage their customers’ investment in traditional security and create a tool that would increase their customers’ profits and performance in their markets. Their success with both local and national companies has proven this strategy correct and is fueling the company’s growth in the Integrated Security…
Irvine, California – Preferred by thousands of users worldwide, IMRON Corporation recently announced the results of Dun and Bradstreet’s Detailed Performance Rating, a satisfaction ranking based on an independent survey of IMRON Corporation customers. A cross section of current customers were asked by Dun and Bradstreet to provide their opinions, on a scale of 1 to 100, with 100 being the highest, in areas relating to customer service and overall satisfaction, specifically: Reliability, Cost, Order Accuracy, Delivery Timeliness, Quality, Business Relations, Personnel, Customer Support and Responsiveness. In all measures IMRON Corporation ranked in the highest percentile ranges. “I was very…
Executive Summary Integrating Physical and Logical security makes economic and strategic sense.  Security was once only spoken of in regards to physical assets such as buildings, machines and inventory. Today’s networked business depends as much on network infrastructure, information, intellectual property, integrity and business processes to survive and grow.   Technology is now commonly available to provide users with a simple tool to both identify themselves and to prove the validity of that identity. This tool can be used for access to buildings and access to infrastructure and computer networks. This can be integrated, depending on the needs, into disparate…
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