Corps Security and Luxrite have announced details of an exciting new promotion where installers will receive a brand new Vectus digital video recorder (DVR) with every new contract they sign with the Corps Monitoring Centre (CMC). This unique offer is designed to encourage more installers and end users to experience the numerous benefits that remote CCTV monitoring offers.
The CMC provides alarm receiving and CCTV surveillance system monitoring services to customers operating in a diverse range of market sectors on an independent basis or as part of an integrated offering. Gary Anton, Corps Security’s CMC business development and key account manager, explained, ‘Based in Glasgow, the CMC is a state-of-the-art facility that utilises only the very latest high specification technology.
It highlights our commitment to excellence and to add to its credentials we have National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Gold accreditation alongside BS 8418 and ISO 9001:2008 certifications.’
Stevenage based Luxrite is a leading independent distributor of surveillance products and systems, and provides end-to-end solutions to its installer customers across the UK and Ireland. Paul Roderick, sales manager at Luxrite, stated, ‘We have been aware of Corps Security for many years, although this is the first occasion that we have worked together. This is also the first time that the security industry has witnessed an initiative of this kind from two leaders in their respective fields and we believe that our installers and their customers have much to gain from working with the CMC.’
Each installer that signs a new three year monitoring contract with the CMC will receive a Vectus G Class four, eight or 16 channel DVR. The DVRs are fully compatible with the CMC’s monitoring software and the exact model that the installer gets will depend on the number of cameras to be monitored.
The initial promotion period is from 1st November 2012 to 30th January 2013, with a possible extension period should there be sufficient demand. It will be heavily publicised by the two companies and is expected to attract great interest from existing and new customers that are responsible for configuring small to medium sized installations that utilise up to 16 cameras.
This new initiative comes at a time when a growing number of end users are recognising the need for remote monitoring in the event that their in house system fails to operate or cannot be accessed. Corps Security’s Gary Anton concluded, ‘There is a definite move towards leaner and smarter solutions that incorporate the latest technology. Remote monitoring ensures the highest levels of property and asset protection on a 24/7/365 basis and this new promotion with Luxrite will introduce more installers and their customers to the advantages it offers.’
For further information please contact Corps Security on 0800 0286 303 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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