Enhancing Connected Access Experiences: SwiftConnect, Expected to Expand


Let’s talk about SwiftConnect.

SwiftConnect is a provider of connected access enablement – an information transfer network that links access control systems (ACS) and other proptech solutions in order to streamline credentialing for building owners and global companies alike.

Easy, real-time access to the right credentials, anywhere.

Additionally, SwiftConnect’s software can interface with (and links its customers to) the Apple Wallet and Android NFC virtual badge, a “first in the industry,” as SwiftConnect describes.

“As a category creator with a first-mover advantage,” one SwiftConnect representative said, “we aim to be the standardized SSO for the physical world – the first real network linking access, identity, and spaces.”

And, just earlier this week, SwiftConnect officially announced the successful closing of an oversubscribed fundraising effort of $10 million.

So, a.) that’s massive, and b.) it ultimately fuels SwiftConnect’s growth following a Series A financing round last year, signaling strong investor confidence in its market traction.

“Our latest round of funding illustrates the excitement our existing and new investors have in SwiftConnect,” explained Chip Kruger, co-CEO of SwiftConnect. “This would not have been possible without our excellence in engineering and the great experience our Fortune 100 customers, major U.S. and U.K. landlords, and leading advisory, investment, and legal firms have with our solutions. We deeply appreciate investors’ commitments to SwiftConnect and their acknowledgement of our high-caliber customer base, rapid-paced growth, and future potential.”

With its success, SwiftConnect plans to extend its global footprint and expand its entire customer experience team. Because, to date, its team’s seamless mobile-based NFC solution has been live in over 80 million square feet of commercial real estate space across dozens of commercial buildings and enterprise. That said, the company’s current customer base represents “an opportunity of over 750 million square feet of office space, with more than one million users.”

Kruger added, “By proactively scaling and extending our capabilities, SwiftConnect is well-positioned to serve a vast array of enterprises and real estate owners seeking to provide leading-edge connected access experiences to their users. The vote of confidence we have received from customers and investors further validates that our award-winning platform continues to exceed a very high bar of expectations for delivering a great user experience, enhancing security, and lowering costs. This bodes well for our continued growth.”

Learn more about SwiftConnect’s capabilities here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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