Vanderbilt Industries to Collaborate with Heartland Campus Solutions via Its Access Control Systems

Vanderbilt will provide access control systems to higher education facilities Heartland works with.

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Vanderbilt Industries announced on Wednesday it has agreed to work with Heartland Campus Solutions, a division of Heartland Payment Systems, to deliver customized solutions and integrations to the higher education market.

Vanderbilt will provide its access control systems to Heartland customers in the Midwest, including the higher education facilities with which Heartland works.

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Heartland works with the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) that gives WAICU members the option to purchase a Heartland system without undergoing the request for proposal (RFP) process.

“Our collaboration with Heartland enables our technology to be deployed widely throughout the Midwest, allowing us the opportunity to reach new higher education customers,” said Mitchell Kane, president of Vanderbilt Industries. “At the same time, this strategic alignment allows Heartland’s customers to realize stronger access control through the delivery of cost-effective, integrated and comprehensive technologies.”

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