3xLOGIC, global provider of integrated and intelligent security solutions, has announced its launch into the European market, bringing with it a wealth of knowledge and expertise. A renowned innovator in server and cloud-based security technology for over 15 years, the US-headquartered organisation is now part of STANLEY Products & Solutions (SPS), joining PAC/GDX and PACOM within SPS to build the strongest, most innovative security manufacturer in the industry.

The businesses will continue to operate under their own brand identities as usual and will report to a global management team as STANLEY Products & Solutions (SPS) under the leadership of CEO Matthew Kushner, ensuring a consistent product and innovation strategy.

3xLOGIC access and video solutions

All 3xLOGIC products are designed to be fully integrated, to provide customers with comprehensive, cost effective and state-of-the-art security infrastructures

With its launch in Europe, customers will now be able to enjoy the numerous benefits of 3xLOGIC’s access control, video surveillance and video management system (VMS) technology. All 3xLOGIC products are designed to be fully integrated, to provide customers with comprehensive, cost effective and state-of-the-art security infrastructures that are easy to manage, simple to install and can be scaled to meet evolving  needs. Just as importantly, these advanced integration capabilities offer security installers and system integrators significant opportunities to work with their customers on more innovative and multi-dimensional security systems.

Commenting on this exciting industry development, Gary Rowden, vice president commercial sales at SPS, said, “3xLOGIC has an enviable track record in redefining what’s possible with security technology and its success in the highly competitive US market is testament to its ability to stay one step ahead. I’m delighted that our customers in Europe will now have the opportunity to find out exactly why 3xLOGIC leads the way in security system integration, and I believe it offers a unique and exciting proposition to customers across the entire continent.

3xLOGIC in Europe via PAC channel

3xLOGIC products will be available in Europe through the existing PAC channel, with full access to its customer service and technical support teams. This means that users will be able to rely on a tried and trusted supply chain, delivering products that are specified correctly and delivered on time, every time.

3xLOGIC is also in the process of recruiting significant Business Development positions for the UK and mainland Europe

As part of ambitious plans to expand quickly across Europe, 3xLOGIC is also in the process of recruiting significant Business Development positions for the UK and mainland Europe to drive further growth and market penetration, with details of these appointments announced imminently. This activity will also be augmented with a dedicated partner programme, which will offer installers and integrators a wide array of benefits.

Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham 

Those wishing to find out more about what 3xLOGIC has to offer are invited to visit us at the Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham Conference and Exhibition, which takes place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel on 21st February. Company experts will be present to answer any questions and provide hands-on demonstrations of some of the 3xLOGIC products that are now available and in the future.

I’m looking forward to meeting as many people as possible at Security TWENTY 19 to talk about the solutions from 3xLOGIC and PAC and the benefits of working with us,” concluded Gary Rowden. “This move extends our product portfolio giving our customers more choice and flexibility backed by a global organisational structure. I’m delighted to be part of this next chapter in 3xLOGIC’s history.

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