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CNL Software, ATEC Fire and Security to host PSIM educational sessions at IFSEC 2016
Simon Adcock CEO of ATEC Fire and Security will be joining CNL Software for discussions in IFSEC 2016
CNL and ATEC Fire and Security will host sessions for end users, consultants, integrators and technology vendors alike

CNL Software, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announces that it will be partnering with ATEC Fire and Security to hold a number of education sessions at IFSEC International around creating value in today’s security environment. The sessions will cover topics that will be of interest to end users, consultants, integrators and technology vendors alike.

CNL Software PSIM sessions at IFSEC

PSIM, the term and the technology has been around for almost a decade. Just as IP video did 20 years ago, PSIM has divided the security community, creating both evangelists and critics. CNL Software, one of the pioneers of PSIM, is providing an education opportunity at IFSEC; sharing its insight’s on where PSIM has failed to add value, where it has succeeded and what it takes for a PSIM project to succeed.

For over a decade, CNL Software has been working to create the most accomplished security integration and management platform available today. With innovation driven from the UK, one of the most CCTV focused countries in the world; CNL Software is a truly global company having government, corporate and critical infrastructure deployments across the world. One of the sessions will address whether PSIM is hype or reality; allowing the audience to discover what CNL Software has created and decide for themselves if it can help their organisations.

Integration of security, life safety and business systems

CNL Software will be joined by Simon Adcock CEO of ATEC Fire and Security and Chairman of the BSIA’s CCTV Section, who will discuss how the integration of security, life safety and business systems as part of an organisations framework can help drive value. 

“Creating value is the essence of business, but sometimes within security and safety we can lose sight of what value we can add,” comments Simon Adcock. “The right mix of people, process and technology can turn safety and security from reactive functions to proactive business tools, driving competitive advantage through reduced operational costs, and protecting value by managing business risks”.

The sessions are as follows:

Session 1 - 11:00, June 22 - ATEC Security: Creating Value through People, Process & Technology

Session 2 - 13:00, June 22 - CNL Software: Can I Create Value in Today’s Commoditised Market?

Session 3 - 15:00, June 22 - CNL Software: PSIM Hype or Reality?

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