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CNL appoints iValue InfoSolutions as distributor of its physical security software

Published on 22 February, 2010
Physical security software developer, CNL, appoints iValue InfoSolutions as Indian VAD
The partnership will help customers manage their IP based physical security infrastructure
CNL, a world leader in developing physical security information management (PSIM) software, has signed a national distributor agreement in India with iValue, one of the fastest growing VAD in India. iValue InfoSolutions is focused on helping customers identify, manage & protect "Digital Assets" which are key business differentiators, thus protecting and growing business across India and SAARC geographies.

As the convergence of logical and physical security continues, iValue is increasingly getting involved in distributing IP-based physical security products to the Indian market.

The new partnership is aligned to the

iValue is involved in distributing IP-based physical security products to the Indian market

shared CNL and iValue vision for a holistic view towards corporate security using an open platform solution, to provide the freedom to choose best-of-breed components and to integrate with other systems for a future-proof solution.

"India is a major market for us. We have some of our largest and most deeply integrated deployments there; in fact it is safe to say these are some of the largest physical security integration initiatives in the world," comments Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL. "There is considerable interest in our software, so this partnership will ensure we have a local partner with relationships at key accounts across the right verticals, helping us to jointly address customers & partners, maximising reach and coverage in India."

Speaking on this, iValue's CEO, S. Sriram said: "Over the last several years we have been helping customers effectively protect and manage information assets. We are extending our offering to help our customers protect all their assets through effective physical security infrastructure management since impact to business due to compromise of security is similar, both in physical and virtual world. Recent spurt in natural calamities and activities of anti-social elements has made scientific management of IP-based physical security a top priority across companies. Command & Control solution from CNL will help organisations centrally manage multiple sites to effectively address all types of physical threats in an automated way. Our partnership with CNL will help customers centrally manage their IP-based physical security infrastructure in line with business needs."

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