Nedap and Dyskret tie-up for the Polish security market
One of the projects that was realised successfully by Dyskret is the access control for the Centrum Vinci building
Nedap Security Management and Dyskret Sp z.o.o. have recently announced their partnership for the Polish security market. Nedap and Dyskret have been co-operating successfully for a year now which made them decide to enter into a partnership. One of the projects that has been realised successfully by Dyskret is the access control for the Centrum Vinci building. They have implemented the Nedap technology in this state-of-the-art office building.

Jos van Nederpelt, Business Development Manager of Nedap, says: "Dyskret is known in the Polish security industry as a high-end security integrator for over 20 years. We have been working together for more than a year and they have definitely proven to be a valuable partner for Nedap in the Polish security market."

Mr. Andrzej Jachimczak, Managing Director of Dyskret, says: "Nedap is a manufacturer of modern and functional access control systems which we are going to offer to our most demanding customers in Poland. We offer our customers solutions that are, most of all reliable. Our experiences so far have demonstrated that Nedap products certainly belong to such solutions."

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