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Surveillance products integration is on the cards as G4S and CNL strike deal

G4S and CNL enter into partnership for integration of surveillance products
At the heart of the G4S Technology solution is the Symmetry™ Security Management System
G4S Technology, a global market leader in providing fully integrated building security solutions, is pleased to announce it has formed an integration partnership with CNL, a leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software.

At the heart of the G4S Technology solution is the Symmetry™ Security Management System (SMS). Symmetry SMS offers users the next generation of security solutions, bringing the core aspects of building security to intelligent, unified solutions. The partnership will ensure seamless bidirectional integration between CNL's IPSecurityCenter™ situation management software and Symmetry SMS.

The CNL integration with G4S Technology will allow customers complete situational management capabilities, process guidance, auditable compliance and the ability to work with technologies such as GIS mapping, GPS tracking, PIDS and analytics, all managed seamlessly.

Dave Ella, Chief Technology Officer, G4S Technology, comments: "This partnership is in-line with our view of providing leading technology solutions to manage entire Physical Security operations through a single interface. Extending our ability to work with other technology partners allows us to provide best of breed solutions, ensuring the security and safety of people, property and assets."

"CNL has long demonstrated its commitment to work with leading suppliers in the global security industry. With over 30,000 systems deployed in over 70 countries G4S Technology has shown it has a compelling suite of leading products," comments Matthew Kushner, President, CNL Americas. "Physical Security operations have three core elements, people, systems and processes. If we look at a vast majority of security operations around the globe these elements are working in isolation. By allowing these systems to work in a cohesive and intelligent way, we can significantly harden security, reduce costs and reduce risks."

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