HABITAP ONE, Asia’s First Subscription-Based, Fully Integrated Smart living Management System Sees High Demand For Solution

  • Habitap ONE in high demand with its
    low setup fee and a low monthly fee
  • Successfully secured 4 residential condominium
    in Singapore alone and up to 2000 Habitap ONE users in the commercial space within
    3 months of its launch
  • Aims to revolutionise the way
    individuals access homes and offices through its subscription-based model

Media OutReach – 17 December 2021 – Habitap ONE,
Asia’s first subscription-based access management system has seen a steady
demand for its solution, since launching in September 2021. Reaching a key
milestone in just three months of conceptualisation, Habitap ONE has secured projects,
with some of the industry’s leading organisations, including
It has also confirmed its involvement in
KeppelLand‘s latest
The Reef at King’s Dock, successfully securing 4
residential condominiums in total since its inception. Aimed at revolutionising
the way individuals access homes and offices with its intuitive user interface,
the cloud-driven platform, which has a minimal setup cost and a low monthly
fee, has also captured the attention more than 2000 Habitap ONE users in the
commercial space.

ONE has empowered commercial businesses and residential properties to incorporate
smart living management solutions, with an affordable monthly fee, eliminating
what was once a complex installation with a hefty price tag. These businesses
now also have the option of becoming more tech-savvy without the hassle of
maintaining the systems themselves.  For
example, the solution will mean that physical access cards and tokens for
access to offices and homes are no longer required, while still maintaining the
same level of security. Guest registration will also be digitally managed
through an app, which will significantly reduce the waiting time at office building
security counters or receptions.

Tang, founder of Habitap
said, “The past two
months have been an absolute success, with more commercial business and
residential projects coming on board. Our aim of introducing Habitap ONE into
the market, was to remove the barriers of entry for businesses and residential
projects, if they were considering investing in a smart management solution.
Before going to market with this innovative solution and disruptive business
model, we understood the constraints of high installation costs and maintenance
of such smart solutions and decided to eliminate and challenge the industry

very excited to have businesses like CGS-CIMB on board alongside our recent
residential projects and we look forward to working with many more partners to incorporate
our simple and fuss-free solution,” he added.

Malcom Koo, Deputy CEO of CGS-CIMB Singapore said, “With the introduction of Habitap ONE,
we’re very pleased to smoothly and seamlessly migrate our staff management
ecosystem to a single mobile application. CGS-CIMB now has the convenience of
having an integrated app that encompasses the staff QR business card, HID mobile
access and facial recognition for door access control and electronic staff
locker access. The app also enhances our visitor experience by allowing staff
to pre issue visitor access through the lobby turnstiles and allows visitor to
easily reach our staff through the visitor web intercom upon arriving at our
office. We are also able to move away from utilising physical access cards for
better security management and governance while maintaining the
robust security that is required for a regulated institution like CGS-CIMB.”

ONE has definitely provided a unified and powerful solution that meets the
increasing demand for security access systems in both homes and offices at an
efficient price which also allows you to pay as you use,” he continued.

At present, Habitap ONE caters to both Home
and Office settings with complimentary features to simplify and
streamline access management. For more information on Habitap ONE, please visit
their website at https://habitap.one/index.html

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