Published on 6 Jul 2012
|The partnership will enable Orion to offer integarted PSIM solutions
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, has signed Orion Security Solutions as a channel partner. Orion offers complete solutions in closed circuit television, intruder alarms, access control and covert technologies. It designs, installs and maintains integrated systems for some of the UK’s leading organisations both in the private and public sectors.
Orion has a track record of delivering tailored security solutions to meet the exact requirements of its customers in industries including retail, public sector and corporate security. Under the CNL Software Channel Alliance Program (CAP), the partnership will enable Orion to offer its customers integrated PSIM solutions based on the IPSecurityCenter PSIM platform.
“We have been protecting people, property, profit and brands for a number of years and we are now looking to find new, innovative ways to help our customers evolve their security operations in these challenging times”, commented Paul Speariett, IT Director at Orion. “PSIM is a growing trend in Physical Security and the demand is led by organisations who want more from their security systems. We selected IPSecurityCenter not only for its ability to integrate security assets but because it collects, manages and reports key information to all stakeholders involved with physical security, loss prevention and risk management. Every customer is unique and faces different risks and we need to ensure that any platform we offer has the flexibility to meet each of these.”
Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL Software added “Security breaches whether physical or cyber have huge consequences, from brand damage to litigation. Our work has been focused on lowering the threats to physical security operations and in turn reducing corporate risk. We look forward to working with Orion to help create secure working environments for a large number of global brands and public sector organisations in the UK.”