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TraknProtect partners with Safety NetAccess

TraknProtect has partnered with Safety NetAccess, a guest internet and hospitality solutions provider. A safety button platform designed specifically for the hospitality industry, TraknProtect helps hotels comply with their local or state laws for employee safety compliance, while also complying with the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s 5-Star Promise.

Safety NetAccess has been designing, building and supporting wireless and wired networks for the hospitality industry since 2001 with a business model that complements TraknProtect’s Internet of Things real-time location-tracking platform, which also includes inventory tracking, room tray tracking and vendor tracking. Offering integration with existing TraknProtect partners, such as Aruba and Ruckus, Safety NetAccess can further extend seamless installation and service. The TraknProtect employee-safety platform will be integrated into the Safety NetAccess Portal, which offers centralized management, authentication and reporting.

“As the hospitality technology industry evolves, our clients are looking to Safety NetAccess to bring them additional reliable technologies,” Todd Shobert, Safety NetAccess chief technology officer, said in a statement. “TraknProtect fits into our portfolio well with the same high level of quality, service and support that our clientele are accustomed to, matching the rest of our product line. The addition of TraknProtect will enable our clients to meet government and safety regulations, providing a safer environment for their employees.”


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