Houston-based Proximity Systems has shipped its first large order of its patent-pending LAN Based Electronic Lock Management System for use in its retractable, wall-mounted computer workstations.
Houston, TX (Vocus) May 13, 2010 -- Houston-based Proximity Systems (www.proximitysystems.com) has shipped its first large order of its patent-pending LAN Based Electronic Lock Management System for use in its retractable, wall-mounted computer workstations.
The order from Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, for server software and more than 100 clients, follows four successful pilots at different hospitals throughout the country.
The new locking system simplifies and streamlines user and lock changes and offers reporting and audit capability. The locking system is used for WorkStations located in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
“Our pilots have confirmed that this innovative product not only automates the tedious task of manually re-programming electronic keypad locks, but also provides important audit and reporting data for management,” said Jeremy Goza, Director of Business Development, Proximity Systems.
Each pilot lasted between 6-12 months, depending on the hospital. The locking system was used in a variety of settings, including post-partum and surgical units. The locks were used to secure supplies and medications.
“The most important feature is the capability to have an audit trail of who has accessed the medication box,” said Ley Samson, Senior Director of IT&S, Clear Lake Regional Medical Center. “This helps us comply with The Joint Commissi
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