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CNL Software opens Washington D.C. office to expand development in the US

Published on 27 January, 2012
 CNL Software chose the Washington D.C. area as the new office location
CNL Software is opening a new office in response to increased demands for its PSIM software, IPSecurityCenter

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will open another U.S. office facility in the Washington D.C. area in the wake of increased demand for its PSIM software, IPSecurityCenter, and the successful deployments of some of the largest PSIM projects in the US.

CNL Software chose the Washington D.C. area as the new office location to ensure close proximity to some its largest PSIM customers. The expansion follows the growth of CNL Software's business in the US which has also seen important additions to the US staff team, which has included both sales and solutions engineering professionals. The new office will add development to the US Team, which will open on Feb 1, 2012 and represents the Company's continuing investment in resources to support PSIM solutions.

"There are number of reason for our opening this new office, perhaps of greatest significance is the sheer number of PSIM projects that we are winning. Our success can be attributed to our unique PSIM software, lower total cost of system ownership and post-sales support", explains Matthew Kushner, CNL President, Americas. "We have proven that we have a world leading PSIM software solution and we are now focusing our efforts on expanding our world class support programme as part of our continued investment in the PSIM market. We look forward to working more closely with our partners and customers; building on our mutual accomplishments this year to ensure an even more successful 2012."

2011 has seen significant increases in demand for PSIM software from Safe Cities, Mass Transit Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) projects in the US. This has led CNL Software to create a number of strategic alliances and partnership with industry leading names such as Ingersoll Rand, L-3, Diebold and Ciber.

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