A brand new CCTV over IP course launched by Mayflex
Mayflex works to put forward to its customers a full range of courses on more specific products

For 2011 Mayflex launched a brand new CCTV over IP course aimed at helping those who are new to IP security. These one day courses are completely free and contain both technical and sales elements providing an overall introduction to CCTV over IP.

The morning session is a basic technical session that will give delegates the chance to touch and feel products, exploring the key elements involved in building an IP surveillance network. Attendees will be given the chance to take part in building the system themselves, showing them how simple it actually is.

In the afternoon delegates will learn how to sell IP Surveillance to their customers. The session will look at a range of elements with an aim to give attendees key knowledge so they can answer their customer's queries and concerns.

Gary Harmer, Director of Sales at Mayflex, believes that these new courses are ideal for those new to IP, commenting, "Mayflex is dedicated to supporting its customers and puts great emphasis on offering guidance to anyone thinking about IP solutions. We are a trusted advisor for all our customers and these new courses are just part of that service. Providing people with a basic introduction to the technical aspects of an IP network and also arming them with sales knowledge, we feel it will bridge the gap from analogue to IP and help pave a way for people to venture into a growing marketplace."

This course is just the basic introduction, Mayflex also works with its suppliers to offer customers a full range of courses on more specific products as well, such as ACTi, Mobotix, Milestone and UTC Fire & Security's range of Fibre & Transmission products.

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