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Legic and Lenel Enter Technology Partnership
Legic Identsystems 2010/10/13

Lenel Systems, and Switzerland-based Legic Identsystems, a manufacturer of contactless smart card technology for personal identification, have entered into a license agreement. The relationship allows for integration of Lenel’s integrated security solutions with Legic technology for contactless identification for a wide variety of applications such as access control installations for business and campus sites. The agreement supports the globally increasing demand for Legic-based security solutions. Legic continues to grow globally and this agreement allows it to expand its partner network with worldwide system integrator. Lenel Systems, and Switzerland-based Legic Identsystems, a manufacturer of contactless smart card technology for personal identification, have entered into a license agreement. The relationship allows for integration of Lenel's integrated security solutions with Legic technology for contactless identification for a wide variety of applications such as access control installations for business and campus sites. The agreement supports the globally increasing demand for Legic-based security solutions. Legic continues to grow globally and this agreement allows it to expand its partner network with worldwide system integrator.

Lenel focuses on developing products that enable organizations to protect and manage their people, property and assets. With more than 18,000 system installations in 93 countries worldwide, Lenel has a customer base with a strong presence in a broad range of vertical segments including health care, government, critical infrastructure, education, petrochemical, manufacturing and telecom. The agreement allows Lenel to widen its solution portfolio with technology that meets true multistandard compatibility.

“Partnering with Legic enables us to keep pace with latest identification technologies and offers additional solutions for our global customers,” said Luis Orbegoso, President of Lenel Systems International.

“This agreement is a crucial step for our further development in global markets,” said Klaus Klosa, CEO of Legic Identsystems. “We are glad to have entered into a partnership with mutual benefits and I look forward to a long and sustainable collaboration.”

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