Published on 3 January, 2013
|CNL Software IPSecurityCenter PSIM provides COP for organisation critical security systems
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its operations in the Middle East and North Africa in the wake of increased demand for its IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM software, and the successful deployments of some of the largest PSIM projects in the region.
During 2012, CNL Software has increased its number of reference customers in the Middle East; helping to bring PSIM solutions to critical national infrastructure, law enforcement and safe city projects. To support this growth in the region CNL Software has expanded the region’s team based in Dubai, with the addition of Daniel Bloodworth as Technical Sales Manager ME and Lee Wagstaffe as Technical Account Manager.
“CNL Software is investing in deploying experienced resources in the Middle East, to not only support our existing customers, but to respond to a significant increase in requests for new PSIM projects in the region”, explains Matthew Kushner, VP Global Sales & Marketing – CNL Software. “We are taking this market very seriously, as we see that the majority of new security projects are specifying PSIM.”
Daniel Bloodworth continues, “This year we launched Arabic support in IPSecurityCenter to meet our customers’ requirements. In addition, we have secured a number of strategic alliances and partnerships with organisations including ArrowLabs, Ateco, GBM, Orion Systems JLT, Schneider Electric and Smart Cube to better support the region. We look forward to building upon this year’s accomplishments by delivering even more, successful PSIM projects throughout 2013.”
CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM Solution provides a single Common Operating Platform (COP) for all of an organisation’s mission critical security systems, delivering intelligence to the point of need and providing process guidance to enhance security posture. IPSecurityCenter allows layouts, sequences and process guidance to be created in Arabic. Operators are able to work using Arabic to view alarms, search for cameras and locations as well as display maps, gauges, charts and address details.