Morse Watchmans has announced Virtual Expo Europe, giving European customers and interested parties an opportunity to connect with their local dealers safely and in their native language. The event will be held over the course of two days, with Norway, Italy, Portugal, and Sweden presenting on October 20th and France, Switzerland, and Germany presenting on the 21st. Detailed schedules can be found on the Morse Watchmans Events page. “We’re excited to support our dealers by giving them a manufacturer-sponsored opportunity to speak with their customer base,” said Tim Purpura, VP of Global Sales & Marketing, Morse Watchmans.
Morse Watchmans announced the introduction of new touchless facial recognition access and an anti-microbial powder coating on the company’s KeyWatcher and AssetWatcher systems. The new product enhancements fight the spread of microbes and bacteria to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic and other potential threats to personnel health. “Getting personnel back to work is the most pressing issue organisations are faced with today,” said Tim Purpura, VP Global Sales & Marketing, Morse Watchmans. "The addition of touchless facial recognition as a cabinet access option along with anti-microbial powder coating now standard on all of our KeyWatcher and AssetWatcher cabinets provides our customers with heightened protections.” Facial recognition access A touchless facial recognition access option for KeyWatcher and AssetWatcher makes these systems even more secure Anti-microbial powder coating is now a standard feature on all new KeyWatcher and AssetWatcher cabinets at no added cost. Designed to resist the spread of microbes, the new coating retains its highly effective anti-microbial properties through regular cleanings, while providing the durability and scratch resistance that Morse Watchmans’ customers have always appreciated. A touchless facial recognition access option for KeyWatcher and AssetWatcher makes these systems even more secure while reducing the chance for cross-contamination and disease transmission. The new facial recognition access option will be available in Q3 of this year. Proximity card access These new enhancements join existing features of Morse Watchmans products that help safeguard health, including touchless proximity card access support and hospital-grade 304 stainless steel panel surfaces that resist corrosion and bacteria. “Integrating these new technologies into our product line is an important step we are taking to assure even greater cleanliness and health protection,” said Purpura.
Morse Watchmans, the provider of key and asset management, announces the latest addition to their executive management team - Tim Purpura, security industry veteran and Chairman of Mission 500, will be joining as International Sales Manager. Extensive experience “Morse Watchmans’ international sales have shown strong potential in recent years,” said Joe Granitto, COO, Morse Watchmans. “Tim’s extensive experience in the industry will help him strengthen our international sales channels and set the foundation for further growth.” Tim Purpura has been an important contributor in the security industry for more than a decade, most recently as VP and Publisher at a security publication, Security Systems News (SSN). He also holds the positions of Secretary and Chairman of the Board for the security industry’s non-profit initiative, Mission 500.
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