Published on 11 January, 2016
|Maxxess will also demonstrate new functionality within ambit, its next-generation cloud-based mobile workforce management system
Maxxess recently confirms that it will be unveiling a suite of powerful new functions to enhance its market-leading eFusion and ambit security solutions, enabling organisations in the Middle East to counter growing risks, including terror alerts, cyber threats and major incidents that could disrupt routine business.
To meet the challenge of higher threat levels, Maxxess is seeing rising demand to close the security gaps left by disparate legacy systems. eFusion achieves this via a highly versatile, modular platform that gives customers the flexibility to scale as their business grows. At the show Maxxess will be demonstrating eFusion integration with a range of leading integrators, including Redvision, Sony and Wavestore.
Integrations & powerful new functionality
eFusion open technology software supports more than 50 off-the-shelf integrations, providing the freedom to integrate best-in-class surveillance, access control, fire and intruder systems from top security vendors with their back office operations, with less cost and complexity than conventional Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions.
Maxxess will also demonstrate powerful new functionality within ambit, its next-generation cloud-based mobile workforce management system that is transforming the way companies manage communication across dispersed teams. It offers multiple cost and efficiency benefits to facilities managers, security personnel and teams working across large estates including oil and gas fields, campus environments, industry infrastructure and construction sites.
For organisations that want increased resilience and to totally lock their facilities down fast in the event of an incident or where traditional access methods are expensive or infeasible, ambit supports secure communication while giving responders vital information to ensure a rapid response. ambit’s versatility can overcome multiple mobility challenges, such as reducing the risk of cyber threats, allowing security staff to run spot checks to verify that the right personnel are where they should be and to enable mustering in an emergency.
Maxxess at Intersec 2016
Commenting, Lee Copland, Maxxess, Managing Director EMEA, said: “The Middle East is a very tech savvy region where the heightened security risks call for an extremely fast turnaround on proposals and project implementation. Our modular and off-the-shelf integrations with eFusion and the cloud-based fast deployment of ambit are allowing us to meet this demand. Building a level of trust and good relationships are vitally important when doing business in the Middle East.
We have continued to invest heavily in eFusion and ambit product development plus the additional professional services to support our systems integrators. Our customers – many of them leading global brands – therefore know they can trust us to consistently deliver high quality solutions quickly and efficiently. Having exhibited at Intersec for several years, we always find it a great platform to introduce new technologies and products. It is the perfect place to strengthen relationships and we look forward to meeting friends old and new at this year’s event.”
To book an eFusion or ambit demonstration, please email email@example.com now. Alternatively, visitors are welcome to meet the Maxxess team at Intersec 2016 from 17-19 January on stand S1-D52 in the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, United Arab Emirates.