SwiftConnect is thrilled to celebrate its Elite status in the HID Origo Technology Partner Program, which is dedicated to partners with a focus on mobile technologies. The Elite premium tier of HID’s program is exclusive to industry leaders such as SwiftConnect, who have proven leadership through innovation and solutions.

The HID Origo Partner Program has multiple tiers, ranging from Registered and Select to Advanced and the highest tier of Elite, which is reserved for leaders who have significant customer overlap with HID; have a track record of real-world deployments; and are offering innovative and newly integrated HID Origo solutions. 

SwiftConnect’s AccessCloud platform integrates credential technologies, disparate access control system infrastructures, mobile applications, and other existing IT and business systems to deliver seamless, connected physical access. AccessCloud integrates with HID credentials, readers and HID Origo, a cloud-based platform offering a scalable and secure infrastructure that enables high levels of data and privacy protection. Through the partnership and complementary offerings, SwiftConnect and HID have a proven track record of success with some of the most iconic trophy commercial real estate properties and major enterprise organizations. 

Highlights: HID and SwiftConnect deployments of Employee Badge in Apple Wallet 

HID and SwiftConnect were the first to introduce employee badge in Apple Wallet at Silverstein’s 7 World Trade Center. The solution has been extended throughout the Silverstein properties portfolio, including 3 World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center.
Hines initially deployed at eight buildings across five cities in North America: Salesforce Tower in Chicago, 1144 15th Street in Denver, 717 Texas Ave in Houston, the Kearns Building in Salt Lake City; CIBC SQUARE, and T3 Bayside plus two buildings at T3 Sterling Road in Toronto.  The solution is being extended at other Hines assets in 2024. 
Savills’s 8 Bishopsgate and British Land’s 100 Liverpool in London 
In the enterprise market, SAP announced that SwiftConnect’s platform integrates SAP’s access control systems HID’s reader infrastructure and additional business systems, such as user directory and authentication services, to deliver a seamless, personalized pass in Apple Wallet for access. (Click here to watch the video from the Jamf user conference [JNUC])

These are just a few of the many trophy buildings and enterprise organizations enjoying the benefits of SwiftConnect and HID’s collaboration via the HID Origo Partner Program, which was created to give partners the opportunity to design, test and market products that integrate with HID Origo Mobile Access platform via APIs and SDKs. 

“Through the resources and tools of our HID Origo Technology Partner Program, we aim to empower our technology partners to differentiate themselves,” said Sanjit Bardhan, VP Mobile, with HID. “SwiftConnect has set itself apart as a leader in connected access, integrating with our platform to give customers flexibility and the ability to augment the user experience. The company is taking full advantage of our collaboration by meeting the requirements of our highest tier, the Elite premium tier, and harnessing the benefits of our program.”

The accreditation as an HID Technology Partner reinforces SwiftConnect’s commitment to accelerating the market adoption of connected access experiences.  Every building with HID credentials and readers for physical access presents an opportunity for the technical excellence and business value of connected access, powered SwiftConnect.  

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