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Shelly Elder Puts Axeze Up For Sale

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FOUNDER Shelly Elder has put Australian-owned access control developer and manufacturer Axeze up for sale.

Axeze is an access control company that has researched, designed and developed its own range of access control, keyless entry product range and won many awards along the way. The product’s back end hardware is designed and manufactured in Australia, with front end products purchased offshore. Axeze’s solutions provide access control systems from single door to enterprise class.

Reference sites include Silo Apartments in Tasmania, Gabba Central in Woolloongabba Queensland, Dutch Care in Victoria, Moonta Bay Caravan Park, Booleroo hospital, electrical facilities in outback Australia where the products have never failed, despite the heat and dust storms.

The business is divided into 2 sectors with the focus having been devoted to the POS markets (this market needs to be redeveloped to exploit new and arising opportunities) and access control.

The product range includes:

* Powerful mini controllers with 1,000 logged events and 1,000 users managed offline.
* Controller crash, only one controller/door goes offline
* Readers 125KHz, HID compatible, Bluetooth, RFID, Mifare, NFC, Biometric etc.
* Tags – wristbands, cards, fobs, stickers of all frequencies.

Offers must be received by December 20, 2018 to be considered.

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