Time spent duplicating, keeping track of keys and recovering them
Couldn't segment access levels to different areas
Couldn't track access logs to meet vendor-specific standards
Extensive logs tracking employee access are automated and detailed
Saves time and money not duplicating and collecting keys for freelancers
Ability to integrate security protocols with access control system
Senior Post focuses on the post-production aspect of editing and film. It collaborates with brands, agencies and creators; together with its in-house production team, Leroi, the two work symbiotically to deliver stunning video content. Senior Post is currently working on a tv show for Hulu called Ramy. We spoke to Senior Post Founder, Josh Senior, about his first full month using Kisi.
As his team grew he was experiencing drawbacks with physical keys—duplicating, keeping track and recovering them at the end of employee and project-based jobs.
7 full-time and 7 freelancers.
3 doors for 2 spaces.
Using traditional keys, when people leave it’s one more thing to deal with it.
Not having physical keys is most helpful. I bring on a lot of freelancers and project-based employees, so the burden of copying, duplicating and supplying them with keys is really challenging. It’s great to provide access links and different members of teams to control different access levels. We use 3 different access levels: Server room, daytime and full-time employees.
Our short-term plan is to phase out our alarm system and to look at the doors and how we can combine them with security cameras. We keep logs of employees and track pretty actively access times, both for content protection and from the usability of our space and this is a greater level of detail.
They like the user experience and seem to have fun with it, it’s an adjustment but they seem to be enjoying it. They get to choose whether they want to use key cards or use their phones for access.