Nedap is expanding its business in the Middle East region, contributing to deliver implementation of their security management platform AEOS
Each Nedap business partner is an experienced system integrator
Both partners aim to work together on multiple projects in the Kuwaiti market in the years to come. American University School has been one of the projects that both companies have successfully cooperated on in 2013.

The Kuwaiti market, with customers like American University School, will strongly benefit from the experience and knowledge of the IT technology provider Gulfnet combined with the AEOS solution driven by IT standards. With this new partner, Nedap is expanding its business and service network in the Middle East region, contributing to deliver implementation of their security management platform AEOS.

Just like Gulfnet, each Nedap business partner is an experienced system integrator. Nedap selects their business partners based on expertise with integration of AEOS with other building systems and services for installation, implementation and maintenance of AEOS. After successfully completing a comprehensive AEOS training course, Gulfnet became a qualified installer and recognised system maintainer of AEOS. Gulfnet is a renowned company in the security business, mainly focusing on the Kuwaiti market.

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