About Isotec & Access Control Companies
Who we are:
Isotec is a systems integration engineering firm. We design standardized, and site specific entrances and exits for buildings. Our services include drafting, electrical and mechanical engineering services. We are a low volume, high mix manufacturer. Our
entrances deter, detect and protect against unauthorized personnel, weapons, and contraband materials from entering or leaving a building
Where we came from:
Where we are going:
Interested Parties Internal:
Procurement primarily focuses specification and quality conformance of incoming materials and components. In addition, monitoring vendor reliability for on time delivery performance,
and product support, are consistently evaluated. Streamlining processes ensures the flow of raw materials, components, and vendor services, and enables the company to deliver on orders forecasted to the client.
Interested Parties External:
Direct stakeholders include but are not limited to, business owners, end user tenant agencies, security managers, facility managers, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ), on site posted security personnel, related employees, and the general public using certain facilities.
Specific and particular interested parties relative to Isotec are the US Air Force (USAF), Homeland Security, and the Department of Energy (DOE). Isotec has been recognized as a sole source supplier of certain Access and Weapons Control entrances for the DOE and USAF.
Certain Isotec Safety Entrances® have been awarded the Certificate of Designation by the Department of and Homeland Security as qualified Anti-terrorism Technologies (QATT) as defined by the 2002 SAFETY Act. The DHS Designation set the product specification standards
for certain entrances. These specifications are deemed to be safe and effective in protecting against armed assailants. Under the Contractor’s Defense rule, the 2002 SAFETY Act provides certain liability protections, against acts of terrorism, for Isotec, end users and those involved
with the deployment of the technology.
Isotec collaborates with other OEMs that provide products used within our entrance systems. This collaboration is focused on enhancing their products in order to expand the product’s functionality and relevance within our solution’s context.
The array of companies that protect our operations and our employees, are not only vested in our financial performance, but the overall management of and well-being of our team. Our insurers conduct annual audits of Isotec’s safety records, product sales and services to ensure our employees, end users and the company are adequately protected.
Relevant Issues Internal:
Though resourceful, personnel wise, Isotec is stretched thin. A major internal weakness are the multiple Single Points of Failure throughout our organization. Investments in automation, infrastructural build out includes but is not limited to skill set expansion and capacity, made possible by ongoing increases in revenue, and by developing strategic relationships with outside partners. Risk mitigation analysis and practices, developed and driven by policies, is an ongoing pursuit.