Vanderbilt Industries (ACRE)

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Company Information

Vanderbilt Industries (ACRE)

Year Established: 2012


Vanderbilt - US HQ
2 Cranberry Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054
United States
Phone: +1 973-316-3900


Vanderbilt International GmbH
Borsigstrasse 34
Wiesbaden, D-65205
Phone: +49 721 9 58 8110

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Phone: +1 973 316-3903

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Company Overview

Vanderbilt, a subsidiary of ACRE Operating Group, is a global leader in creating state-of-the-art security systems. Vanderbilt's innovative approach to security technology - from design and manufacturing, through to distribution, makes environments safe, secure and easy to maintain. Vanderbilt's products range from single-user systems to highly customized applications that fit the unique requirements of leading multi-national corporations. Our product lines include Cloud-based, Web-based and Enterprise/On-premises Access Control and Video solutions.

Case Studies

Spectrum Virtual - ACT365

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Vanderbilt provides Cloud-based Access Control to Managed Cloud and Technology Services Provider Spectrum Virtual.
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Twin City Hardware - ACT365

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Twin City Hardware shifts from lock-and-key to Cloud-based Access Control to boost security and reporting functionality.
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Gilbert Christian Schools - SMS

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Gilbert officials decided it was time to bolster their access control system district-wide and began soliciting bids for a solution that could not only streamline security across the campuses but also provide a more modern level of convenience.
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Leading University - SMS

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The organization needed a system that had the ability to integrate with the university's One Card, human resources and student information systems, with easier management and automation to ease day-to-day workload for security personnel.
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Oregon State University - SMS

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To help manage access control, which includes credentials for approximately 4,500 students each semester, OSU chose to deploy Vanderbilt SMS. However, this would not be an ordinary, run-of-the-mill access control installation.
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Ripon College Case Study - SMS

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Ripon sought a system that would enable heightened awareness of building security needs, including lockdown capabilities and tight integration to various software packages such as their student information system (SIS), dining and human resource systems.
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Bradford County Sheriff's Office - SMS

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The Bradford County Sheriff's Office has Vanderbilt SMS running on a virtual machine to control access at the Jail, Narcotics Task Force Office, Courthouse and Sheriff's Office. The County also added a reader to the vehicle gate at the Narcotics Task Force Building for tighter access control.
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The Boldt Company - SMS

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Boldt chose to use the Vanderbilt Security Management System to grant site access to and track 500 Boldt employees on the job to ensure their safety. The company also leverages the SMS solution to ensure payroll accuracy.
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The College of Saint Rose - SMS

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The College needed a solution to ensure that relevant information could be passed from the ERP, housing, and ID badging systems to the SMS access control database. Vanderbilt was able to provide a customized data management solution.

East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association - bright blue

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To create an open and easily accessible space, the fire department wanted to eliminate all keyed-only doors.
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