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© 2018 by iPulse Systems. 

Like so many great technology businesses before us, iPulse was founded by a few engineers working out of a garage building first generation biometric readers.  The early success of its products was evident in high security installations such as prisons and data centers.  iPulse Systems has since evolved into a dynamic owner managed technology business with blue chip clients such as the United Nations Peacekeeping Missions, McDonalds and large industrial mining groups, building latest generation IoT biometric devices and Cloud Based Access Control Solutions.

Over 15 years our products have developed a reputation for being packed with features, extremely durable and affordably priced against existing legacy card systems. Our intuitive interface is easy-to-use, and ensures that anyone can be an "expert". The system is scalable and can be used as easily in a single door application as it can in a multi-door multi-site environment. The architecture makes it easy to support and is low risk to resellers and/or users with many sites given the powerful remote support functionality.

 

The iPulse core competence lies in delivering highly flexible, powerful and distributed access control for companies who have multiple sites in multiple locations – providing access control and workforce management for employees. Our specialist solutions include distributed retail outlets, data centers, time & attendance and visitor management across a broad array of clients.

iPulse has thousands of biometrics devices, managing hundreds of thousands of people, deployed across three continents in some of the harshest conditions, including mining, ports, schools and offices.

 

iPulse Systems has operations in Johannesburg, South Africa and Irvine, California.

Our 2018 Awards

 

We are proud to announce our awards at the recent Technology Top 100 (tt100) evaluation...

iPulse prides itself on service and support of both end customers and resellers of its products, we would rather have fewer customers that we can work closely with than try and be everything to everyone.