Published on 26 November, 2007
Norfolk based installer Check Your Security Ltd has won ADI-GARDINER's "NVIP Partner of the Year" award for its highly impressive 200% year-on-year growth since joining the scheme in 2005, and for a number of major projects including its recent upgrade at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
The award was presented to Check Your Security's Managing Director Carl Pace by ADI-GARDINER's Sales Director Hemant Trivedi at the distributor's latest NVIP Forum.
"We are delighted to have won this recognition, given the size and professionalism of other installers in the scheme," says Carl. "The partnership programme has been an excellent initiative for the industry, meeting the need for a new type of systems integrator/installer who understands today's hardware, software and IP based solutions integration."
As one of the industry's leading distributor of security products, with well over 100 branches throughout Europe, ADI-GARDINER not only consistently partners installers in determining and supplying network systems, but is also asked by end users for advice on solutions and recommended installers. It set up the Network Video Integration Partner (NVIP) network in 2004 to find, train and support specialist installers to offer the largest range of IP and digital technology covering CCTV, access control, environmental and building management systems.
Some NVIPs such as Check Your Security offer seminars for potential customers to view the technology available and answer questions in an informal and relaxed setting. As one of a select group of installers nationwide able to provide the specialised skill sets to install and maintain fully integrated network and security systems, the company has implemented a number of major projects in East Anglia including the UEA campus and village, GreatINr Yarmouth Port Company and Banham Poultry.
Check Your Security specialise in CCTV/ IP-CCTV Access control and Intruder systems, bringing together a wide range of disciplines including consulting, system installation, networking and telecommunications skills and software engineering. Meanwhile, ADI-GARDINER's NVIP scheme continues to develop, adding and training new partners each year and providing higher levels of expertise.