|By Business Wire||
|January 16, 2014 12:08 PM EST||
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VISCOUNT SYSTEMS SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDS DISTRIBUTION NETWORK
Viscount Systems, (VSYS) a leading edge high technology supplier of security systems and software, announced today that the company has signed the two largest security systems distributors in the United States to distribute its Liberty access control product line. Together with the signing of a number of other regional distributors, Viscount has significantly expanded its distribution network and has already begun to see the positive impact on order flow and revenues.
“Liberty is now positioned to be carried in over 165 cities and locations in North America,” noted Stephen Pineau, CEO of Viscount. “The breadth of distribution that we have achieved in a relatively short time frame is testament to the quality of our technology and the security and price advantages it provides to end-users. The key to success at the distribution level is to educate both the distribution staff and the resellers they service on the advantages of our technology. To support our distribution program we are also happy to announce the release of a new online training program. We believe this tool will help to quickly achieve revenue growth within our distribution channel."
About Viscount's Freedom and Liberty Access Control Solutions
Freedom and Liberty are the first and only access control systems that allow entry devices (ID cards, RFID readers, biometrics, etc.) to be connected to, and controlled by, standard building IT networks without requiring expensive control panels and wiring. This eliminates up to 80% of the cost of traditional access control systems and provides a green, environmentally friendly solution. Viscount’s technology also enables existing IT databases (Microsoft Active Directory or LDAP) to replace the software component of traditional systems. As a result, the Company’s technology drastically reduces system costs while providing a much more secure access control solution.
Liberty provides similar advantages as Freedom, but has been designed as a simple and affordable "plug'n play" access control system for small-to-medium sized installations of up to 12 doors. For more information visit www.libertaccess.net.
About Viscount Systems
Viscount Systems Inc., designs unified IT and physical security software platforms for building security and emergency planning. Recent awards include the 2012 Microsoft "Be What's Next" Award, SIA Convergence Solution of the Year 2011 and Homeland Security Platinum Award for Emergency Response and Gold Award for Access Control at GOVSEC 2011.
Viscount Systems Inc.
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