Medium-sized offices often spend upward of £5k a year on replacement keycards & fobs
It ruins the guest experience
Visitors hate waiting in reception for 10 minutes whilst front of house sort keycards & lanyards
It's expensive to upgrade
Ripping out all your hardware
just to add ‘smart locks’ is
expensive and wasteful
Doordeck is designed to work
with your existing system, so you
can keep using your cards and fobs
Doordeck installs through a simple
software update, so you don’t need
to replace any readers.
Since it’s just software, Doordeck can be rolled out to an entire building in about 15 minutes. No downtime.
Simply pay per door,
per month with one simple
Admins can share virtual, time-limited Guest Passes via the app or website
No setup fees.
No install costs.
Unlike a keycard, you can login using your Doordeck credentials on any device — either via the web or app. Apple Watch users with Cellular can now also unlock doors independently of their phone. Or, if you don't have access to any of those, your building managers can still issue access passes just as before - it's not one or the other.
Firstly, we'll let you know as soon as we spot a major issue with your building (i.e. the building disconnecting) — it's often a sign of bigger issues or other systems failing. Because Doordeck is integrated with your existing system, provided there's still power, users can fall back to keycards just as before.
Currently, Doordeck is compatible with:
That said, we're always developing new integrations and may well have your access control system in the pipeline. Let us know what system you're using and we'll contact you as soon as it's available.
Nope! We found Bluetooth couldn't offer the security, speed and reliability our users needed — plus it was a huge battery drain. Instead, we offer our patent-pending 'Tiles' - which use NFC and QR codes instead.
Whilst the app provides the best user experience, users can also unlock doors via the Doordeck web app. We're always developing new features to make the mobile web experience even better.
Yes! The entire platform uses public-key cryptography - the same as you'd find in a personal banking app. It means that even if someone were to hack the network your doors are running on, they still won't be able to unlock any doors.
Yes - beyond your phone's inbuilt measures (like face/fingerprint unlock), at the discretion of a building manager, Doordeck can add additional security layers like Geo-Fencing (using your phone's GPS to verify location) and IP Restriction (only allowing unlocks if you're on the building's Wi-Fi).