Creating new opportunities with innovative PSIM software
CNL, a developer of physical security information management (PSIM) software and Sphere Security, a leading UK security system integrator, entered a partnership agreement. Through this partnership CNL will supply its software IPSecurityCenter, to Sphere Security to market as a UK certified partner.
This partnership will create new business opportunities for Sphere Security with both public and private organizations who wish to centrally manage their physical security infrastructure. IPSecurityCenter will add to Sphere Security's portfolio of security solutions. It will give CNL access to Sphere Security's expertise in network architecture and its thorough understanding of the UK security market.
“One of the key factors in making this strategic decision was the world class
projects Sphere has delivered,” said Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL. “What's more, their clients have been very complimentary, praising them on the quality of their project delivery, from design and consulting through to after sales care and maintenance. We have been particularly impressed by their ability to work collaboratively with clients, to understand their needs and deliver best-of-breed solutions.”
Nigel Sperring, MD of Sphere Security, said, “What makes IPSecurityCenter unique is its vendor independence, which is both technology- and device-agnostic, allowing clients to maximize the use of their existing infrastructure. This is particularly significant in the current financial climate, where our clients require intelligent centralized security systems which provide a solid return on investment.”
“We have already started to talk to clients about this exciting technology, and the feedback has been very promising,” Sperring said. “We have a strong presence in the critical infrastructure sector, which fits in well with IPSecurityCenter as it has been deployed in a wide range of critical environments across the globe.”
The two companies will work closely to take this solution to a wide range of organizations, including critical infrastructure, corporate enterprises and government agencies.