June 27, 2013 - CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Alava Ingenieros Group (Alava) to market and resell IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM in Spain and Portugal.
Alava started in 1973, with a focus on high-technology solutions for a wide range of client requirements. Today they are still delivering innovation in the fields of measurement, testing, communications, security, defense and predictive maintenance.
CNL Software selected Alava because of its specialist security focus, its industry reputation and its exceptional support services enabling it to provide customers and resellers with round the clock support. CNL Software’s sales strategy is one hundred per cent focused on delivery through channel partners and will supporting Alava to grow its PSIM market in Spain and Portugal.
Keith Bloodworth, CEO, CNL Software comments “We’ve seen a massive increase in interest over the past year in our PSIM software, as businesses realize that traditional security solutions are inadequate to protect their people, assets and infrastructure.” Bloodworth adds, “Recent high-profile attacks by financially motivated and ideologically inspired individuals have prompted businesses and government organizations to examine their physical security provisions and frequently find them lacking. We are working with Alava to build a high quality channel to service this fast-growing market.”
“We are pleased to say that the offering from CNL Software is among the best we have seen in its technical ability and its commercial viability to End Users”, explains Enrique Soto, Technical Director at Alava. “We are seeing a large number of companies looking for methods of reducing the ongoing costs of securing their organizations while offering better incident prevention, threat detection and delivering faster responses. End users are starting to understand that only intelligent technology can enable improved security with a significant return on investment.”
The two companies will work together providing PSIM education to help organizations reduce costs by creating greater efficiencies not only in physical security, but other areas such as energy consumption and business operational processes.