NG Bailey has strengthened its electronic security team with the appointment of four experts and one promotion.
Electronic security implementations are a key growth driver for NG Bailey’s IT Services division, which specialises in the design, supply, installation, management and maintenance of voice, data and structured cabling solutions to contracting, enterprise and public sector clients.
The new recruits include Ian Tydeman and Alan Laine as project managers, Darren Morris as project engineer and Leon Povey as pre-construction manager. In addition, Denise Matthewson has been promoted to electronic security coordinator.
James Hill, business development manager, who heads up the electronic security offering, said: “Migrating a site’s standalone security systems to a fully integrated, IP-based environment not only enhances its functionality, it also has a dramatic impact on operating costs thanks to reductions in power consumption and maintenance.
“Many large organisations are hungry to reap the benefits that fully integrated electronic security systems can deliver, but are held back from doing so because they don’t have technical expertise in-house to design the new network architecture and manage the system’s migration. This is where we come in.
“As a technical IT services division within one of the UK’s largest engineering and facilities services businesses, we have the knowledge and awareness of both the traditional legacy systems, for CCTV and access security, for example, and the networked security solutions of tomorrow. This enables us to design a solution that answers each client’s specific requirements and guide them through the technical migration.”
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