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CNL Software appoints three engineers to expand its US operations

Published on 15 February, 2012
 CNL Software’s growing partner ecosystem icludes technology, channel, service and development partners
Jonathan Barker, Mitch Mershon and Darren Monroe will help commercialise CNL's PSIM software

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its US operations with the addition of three engineers to support knowledge transfer within its partner network.

The addition of Jonathan Barker, a senior software development engineer along with Mitch Mershon and Darren Monroe as solutions engineers, is affirmation of CNL Software's investment in its US operations. These resources will help to train, facilitate and support CNL Software's growing partner ecosystem, which now includes technology, channel, service and development partners.

"PSIM is mission critical to end users, and nowhere is this truer than CNL Software's US deployments, which now includes the largest Safe City PSIM deployment as well as 4 of the most utilised ports in the United States. We have moved into the next phase of market maturity and are building a network of partnerships with companies who will assist in the development, deployment and support of our PSIM technology." says Matthew Kushner, President - CNL Americas.

"Our efforts are now focused on accelerating the knowledge transfer to partner companies; it is essential that our partners understand our PSIM offering. We have developed advanced training programs as well as the Driver Development Kit; tools that facilitate partners to do more of the product delivery and driver production, which is helping them to commercialise our PSIM software. The recent addition of our Washington D.C. office will ensure we are ideally situated to make this process as efficient as possible."

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