AVANTE started to assist New Jersey hotels to meet the nation's first State law to require panic buttons for hotel workers

PRINCETON, N.J. & NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - Dec. 2, 2019 - PRLog -- VANTE is proud to announce the successful implementation of its hotel panic button system in several NJ hotels to meet the State Law mandate. AVANTE International Technology, Inc. located in Princeton Junction, NJ was one the pioneering company in providing panic button system for employees such as hotel workers to protect them in lone worker environment. AVANTE panic button systems have been successfully deployed in more than 10 hotels New York City in meeting the Hotel Worker Union mandates for one of the first US national requirements.

Since Gov. Phil Murphy signed the first US state law requiring hotels with more than 100 rooms to provide employees such as housekeepers with the devices, a measure of protection for people who work alone. Many hotels in NJ is now gearing up installation of this requirement to meet the January, 2020 deadline. AVANTE is proud to have completed some installations in NJ and begin installing more of its proven system in many hotels in NJ including some of the best known in the industry.

AVANTE system have been proven in the industry to provide protection to lone working hotel workers with the least false alarm in the industry. AVANTE panic button system for hotel work safety have been fine-tuned to be installed with 1-2 depending on the size of the hotel within 2 weeks of contracting.  The system is easy to use. It has been proven to be easy to cross train from front desk and hotel management to cross train each shift with new staff within minutes. Once the panic button is pressed, real-time alert pinning point to the exact room location is immediately highlighted to front desk staff along with security and hotel management will receive SMS, email, and real-time alerts on mobile app for the incidents.

AVANTE manufactures and develops its system with its own unique IP. Its solution represents one of the most effective and proven solutions in the industry. AVANTE panic button system is web-based solution with 24/7/365 mobile role based accessibility.   AVANTE hotel panic button system besides being proven with high accuracy and lowest false alarm records, they have been engineered to have outstanding flexibility to fit easily for different hotel structures old and new. The ease of installation makes it also highly scalable for large and small hotel.

AVANTE is a leading technology company in personnel and assets safety and security, its hotel panic button system can be installed standalone with its database and easily integrated and interfaced with existing hotel database management system whenever required. For more information: https://www.avantetech.com/hotel-panic-button

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Al Bola, AVANTE International Technology, Inc.
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