CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, has entered into an agreement with the Global Healthcare Practice of Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in creating and sustaining safe, comfortable and efficient environments.
Under the terms of the agreement, Ingersoll Rand will license a private-label version of CNL’s IPSecurityCenter?, a software-based integration and management platform, customized specifically for the healthcare market. CNL will develop the customized solution allowing healthcare providers to connect and manage disparate building, security and business intelligence systems such as video surveillance, access control, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, asset management, incident reporting, enterprise resource planning, lighting and nurse call.
“With the emersion of new technologies and increased regulations – as well as the need for more transparency to results – healthcare providers are looking for solution providers that offer innovative technologies to help them more effectively achieve their business goals,” reports Laura Rygielski Preston, Vice President of the Ingersoll Rand Global Healthcare Practice. “Working with CNL is a critical component in helping our customers overcome physical environment challenges in order to improve productivity and maximize financial performance.”
The announcement of the agreement comes on the heels of Ingersoll Rand launching its Global Healthcare Practice, a group of industry experts operating across Ingersoll Rand’s Climate Solutions and Security Technologies sectors dedicated to advancing the physical environment of healthcare facilities around the world.
“CNL’s IPSecurityCenter sits at the heart of some of the largest, most complex and ground-breaking security integration projects in the world,” emphasizes Matthew Kushner, President, CNL Americas. “This technology agreement combines CNL’s industry leading software with Ingersoll Rand’s expertise in the built environment to help shape the future of converged physical environments in healthcare. ”