Published on 7 October, 2016
|Feenics nearly doubles physical footprint with headquarter expansion
Feenics, Ottawa, Canada, continues to expand operations, moving into additional spaces and nearly doubling their physical footprint at their existing headquarters to accommodate growth, which included adding President and Equity Partner, Denis Hébert, and Canadian Sales Director, Fadi Hajjar, as well as additional software developers.
The start-up company launched operations in 2010 and brought its Keep by Feenics cloud-hosted access control and security management system (SMS) to market in 2014.
Since then, Feenics has expanded its value-added reseller (VAR) programme, adding many top systems integrators as partners, and winning numerous awards for its Software as a Service (SaaS) offering.
Feenics has expanded its value-added
reseller programme, adding many top
systems integrators as partners,
and winning numerous awards
In addition, the company recently announced a new integration with Allegion/Schlage NDE Series wireless locks and the launch of AccessXpert Enterprise Security Solution, an OEM partnership with Schneider Electric. Coming to market soon is the newest release of Keep with additional capabilities, unlimited scalability and easy to programme and use features available through the intuitive user interface, with connectivity through smartphones, tablets, laptops and other connected devices.
“The efficiencies, cost effectiveness, and power from cloud hosting is now being realised by both systems integrators and end-user communities,” said Paul DiPeso, Executive Vice President. “It’s an exciting time to witness and be able to propel widespread acceptance by CIO’s and facilities directors on the value of cloud-hosted SMS, especially Keep, which reduces hardware costs and provides a lower total cost of ownership while offering automatic backups, redundancy, real-time updates and scalability. We’re looking forward to additional growth and helping more systems integrators transform their business to include hosted and managed services by using Keep. These services add a new, higher margin, revenue stream to their bottom line while improving their ability to service their customers more effectively.”