Growth in demand for affordable integrated solutions, combining the latest video and access technology, is being targeted by a partnership between IDIS and PHOENIXTRESCRAY. A company with a strong track record in delivering structured cabling and communications solutions - including IP networking, audio visual, Wi-Fi and DAS.
Growth in demand for affordable integrated solutions, combining the latest video and access technology, is being targeted by a partnership between IDIS and PHOENIXTRESCRAY, a company with a strong track record in delivering structured cabling and communications solutions - including IP networking, audio visual, Wi-Fi and DAS.
Major corporate and multi-purpose projects, using end-to-end IDIS video and access control solutions, are already in the pipeline and will be delivered by PHOENIXTRESCRAY as a core element of its integrated security and building management solutions.
“There is particular demand for powerful yet affordable integrated security offering to reduce upfront costs and improve value. We understand our clients also have more appetite for system flexibility and adaptability across longer life cycles which is not being met by established players in the sector,” said, Ceri Richards, Managing Director at PHOENIXTRESCRAY.
Other factors shaping the market are the influence of the United States National Defence Authorization Act (NDAA) which is becoming an important factor in purchasing decisions, particularly for new multi-tenant facilities and medium-to-large enterprises with operations or trading links in the US.
“IDIS video technology is rich in features and cost effective to install and maintain. Thanks to off-the-shelf integration with leading access control technologies - including Gallagher – we can now present a compelling business case for the major projects we are asked to deliver,” says Adrian Arnold, Security Projects Director, PHOENIXTRESCRAY.
Growth sectors targeted by the two companies include the commercial premises, mixed use developments, campuses, data centres and high-end residential projects.
PHOENIXTRESCRAY and its parent company Phoenix ME, which specialises in delivering mechanical and electrical solutions, are also focusing on compliant COVID-secure workspace environments which underpin safe back-to-work strategies. They are already helping customers to adapt to safe working practices, but ones that are also looking to improve workspace management to cater for an evolving and increasingly mobile workforce, the ability to pivot and adapt to new ways of operating. “In the medium and longer term, organisations will need the right tools to give them the intelligence to underpin decision making around building use and operational efficiency. As staff return to work, especially in larger facilities, security and FM managers will be focusing on employee engagement and wellbeing, and on the visitor experience and customer confidence.”