Sharry partners with Meesons to display workplace experiences at TSE

April 30, 2024



Meesons has partnered with Sharry to showcase its products and services at The Security Event 2024, which takes place 30 April – 2 May at the NEC in Birmingham.

Sharry will be exhibiting at TSE this year to showcase its white-label workplace app with digital ID badges, using EasyGate SG Speed Gates.

By combining the companies technologies together, it is able to create a solution that provides a physical barrier to unauthorised entry that also integrates a smart access control system.

User-focused experiences

“Meesons has consistently recognised the importance of collaborating with innovative PropTech providers,” said Martin Washby, Head of Technical Services, Meesons.

“By working closely with Sharry cloud access management platform, we ensure the delivery of reliable and user-focused experiences for our clients and their customers.

“The highly customisable features of EasyGate SG Speed Gates empower us to create tailored solutions that directly address specific client challenges, resulting in seamless user operation.

“As we gear up for The Security Event, we are excited to showcase our cutting-edge technology alongside Sharry’s advanced access solutions.”

Not only does this collaboration offer protection to customers, but it also gives building and company managers total transparency into the facilities occupancy, helping them to make data-driven decisions based on peak times and amenities utilisation.

This collaboration between Meesons and Sharry creates a security solution for core commercial spaces to power its businesses with advanced operations.

With the EasyGate SG Speed Gates space-saving design and Sharry’s workplace experience platform, it caters to both the facility management and end-users.

The collaboration is also key for smart buildings, as it enhances the visibility of building activity and the delivery of visitor management to our clients.

Adding a digital layer

“At Sharry, we strive to enhance physical security by adding a digital layer to the basic entry points into the office and office building,” added Mariae Marseillie Catalan, Channel Partner Manager, Sharry.

“Whether it’s a turnstile in the lobby, a parking gate, or a reader at the door, our goal is to make it easier for the occupier and visitor to make their way from the street to their seat.

“Turnstiles are an amazing component that combines design, security and advanced technology.

“Come and experience them with digital badges at our stand 5/J140g.”

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