DirectIP delivers a fast return on investment through low cost of ownership and operational efficiencies
Pro-Vision Distribution will provide and support the full end-to-end IDIS DirectIP suite

Recently, IDIS and Pro-Vision Distribution Limited, a specialist distributor of CCTV and access control have signed and announced a strategic alliance and distribution agreement during IFSEC International, at London’s ExCel.

Under the appointment, Pro-Vision Distribution will provide and support the full end-to-end DirectIP suite, and offer its customers the most comprehensive surveillance solution in the market. Launched at IFSEC, the DirectIP line up now includes a range of Ultra-High Definition (UHD) and full-HD monitors, providing customers everything they need to build a complete networked and full-HD surveillance solution.

Managing Director of Pro-Vision Distribution, Peter Ford, noted, “We are delighted to add the IDIS range to our increasing network solutions portfolio of products. The DirectIP offering allows customers to take advantage of networked surveillance without the inherent technical difficulties often experienced with some IP based CCTV products. Packaged as off-the-shelf solutions, that do not require any on-going licensing, DirectIP offers end users truly simple networked and full-HD surveillance of the highest quality and performance.”

Pro-Vision’s UK-wide customer
base can now enjoy simple and
affordable IP and full-HD surveillance
with industry-leading performance
and unsurpassed image quality

Martin Cowley, Channel Manager at IDIS Europe added, “It’s fantastic to sign and announce this agreement at IFSEC with all the buzz around the show. Pro-Vision have a wealth of security systems knowledge throughout their organisation, with an excellent reputation across the industry for their ability to offer dedicated and customer-focused support. Pro-Vision’s UK-wide customer base can now enjoy simple and affordable IP and full-HD surveillance with industry-leading performance and unsurpassed image quality.”

Implemented by businesses large and small across a wide range of markets, DirectIP delivers a fast return on investment through low cost of ownership and operational efficiencies.

Packaged as an end-to-end solution, comprising a range of cameras, monitors, network video recorders (NVR) and comprehensive video management software, DirectIP™ solutions deliver unrivalled plug-and-play simplicity, combined with highest-quality performance and reliability.

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