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CNL Software has partnered for an iconic security management project with Tyco Fire & Security UAE, who specialize in turnkey solutions including design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Fire Protection and Fire Detection Systems, as well as state-of-the-art Security and Integrated Telecommunication Solutions. The two companies have recently won a significant project in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a globally recognized brand. Tyco UAE will provide CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM, within an iconic building to integrate and manage a wide range of physical security systems including CCTV, fire detection, access control, intruder detection, and analytics.

“We are currently seeing a huge shift in the Middle Eastern security industry to open platform solutions that allow integration of products from a variety of manufacturers. By working with software vendors such as CNL Software we are putting our customers’ interests at the forefront of our technology development program”, comments Craig Menzies, Tyco Fire & Security UAE. “The key to continuing success is to offer innovative solutions that are intuitive and easy-to-use while providing the levels of security our customers need.”

“Tyco is one of the world’s best known security brands, and is well respected in the UAE region. We were delighted to have been chosen by them for this prestigious project”, adds Daniel Bloodworth, Technical Sales Manager – CNL Software. “Not only will we work closely together on this project but will actively promote our joint capabilities in the region; focusing on projects where chancing security is not an option