Published on 12 January, 2012
|Hosted by Lee Howard, two successful seminars have already been held, attended by 24 locksmith |
Mul-T-Lock has held the first in a series of seminars created to introduce locksmiths and professional security installers to its growing range of electronic security products and new service concepts.
Taking place at the purpose built training academy at ASSA ABLOY headquarters, Mul-T-Lock has developed a seminar program dedicated to the newly introduced CLiQ Remote and CLiQ key concepts, Smartair all-in-one wirefree access control system and Code-It electronic door handle.
All three product platforms are part of Mul-T-Lock's intelligent locking innovation strategy to develop tiered solutions providing end users with convenience and high quality security, based on combining quad-technology in mechanical, electromechanical, electronic and GSM systems.
Hosted by Lee Howard, Mul-T-Lock's new dedicated Sales Manager for access control, two successful seminars have already been held, attended by 24 locksmiths with a calendar established for 2012.
Says Lee: "Access control is becoming an increasingly popular choice for business and commercial property owners due to their flexibility in use and potential for 24/7 controlled security. Plus, the potential to attract residential homeowners, with electromechanical solutions already popular in Europe, access control offers significant business opportunities with higher value products.
"The new seminars from Mul-T-Lock aim to take attendees through the features and benefits of each of our electromechanical solutions, alongside technical training to ensure users are really comfortable with each product. By using the state of the art facilities of the ASSA ABLOY Academy, we can also have live product demonstrations and hold open discussions on the market potential for each platform.
Tom Clarke of City Lock & Safe, who attended the seminar added: "The open style discussion of the seminar was really useful from my perspective as it was a great opportunity not only to understand the technical side of the products, but also see where each one can fit in the market. I can already see the potential to offer ‘day and night' high quality security systems, and full audit trails whilst maintaining the assurance of a high quality, mechanical system as and when required. Very useful seminar."
With Mul-T-Lock's regional business development team in attendance, the seminar also presents an insight into Mul-T-Lock's new ‘Combined Solutions' concept, to demonstrate how Mul-T-Lock as a whole will be working to provide access control sales support to locksmiths and promote Mul-T-Lock's innovative access control product portfolio to end users.
Steve Ross, Mul-T-Lock's Managing Director concluded: "Innovative functionality, increased flexibility and greater convenience is what our new line of access control products is all about. With Lee now on board together with our ‘Combined Solutions' unveiled, we were able to create this dedicated seminar series to help and support our customers' to stand out from the crowd, thus increasing chances of success, even in a tough market."