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Nedap, provider of AEOS partners with First City Care become business partners in new central London location
Nedap, provider of security management platform AEOS, announced that First City Care has become an official Business Partner following a significant year of growth in sales and new implementations of AEOS in 2010. First City Care is installer of a variety of security and safety equipment covering electronic, technical and physical installations in both modern and historic office buildings in the City of London.

"First City Care employs a highly trained team to ensure that the company's reputation for quality and superior workmanship is maintained. As manufacturer of high-end security management platform AEOS this is exactly what we look for in our business partners, " said Jeroen Gieling, Business Developer at Nedap Great Britain. "Nedap is looking forward to a closer relationship with First City Care for training, support and integration."

First City Care provides its customer base with a continuous level of service excellence, using the latest technology to keep all Security Systems up to the highest standard. Customers include a number of blue chip clients.

"Our technical team undergo a continuing programme of training and are always looking for new technology to benefit our customers," said Chris Richards, Managing Director at First City Care. "Nedap's security management platform AEOS offers us just that. It is used all over the world at airports, in banks and government buildings for its unique architecture. We are proud to be a certified business partner."

For more about Nedap Security Management, visit their website. Additional information about First City Care can be found at their website.

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