PCSC Releases Linc-net® For Windows

June 19, 2002
June 15, 2002 – Torrance, CA - PCSC has begun shipping its newest software release of LiNC-NET® for Windows®. LiNC-NET, a fully integrated access control management software for businesses, runs on a Windows NT/2000 platform. The new package features alarm routing up to 20 workstations, saved custom reports, scheduled reports and downloads, multiple facility codes, after-hours building usage report, color-coded transactions and much more. The release includes two platform models, a LiNC-NET host software and RS-485 card, a Windows NT 4.0 & Windows 2000 compatible model. Both modules can be ordered for either a standalone or network PC.“We are confident that LiNC-NET’s new features will provide our customers with much-needed elegance and fluency in their business security,” said Bob McKee, PCSC vice president of business development. “Continual product improvement is a vital component of the way we do business at PCSC, and it’s just one of the vehicles by which we better our relationships with customers.”PCSC, formerly known as Proprietary Controls Systems Corporation, is a leading supplier of products and services for electronic access control and facility management applications in both domestic and international markets. PCSC is a subsidiary of T.T.I.K., Inc., and has been in business since 1983.

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