VidSys, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software that allows organizations to resolve business and security situations in real time, has opened offices in Europe and the Middle East. The company’s global expansion, combined with continual product innovations and extended functionalities, will enable the company to help public and private organizations across the globe address their safety and security needs, the company said. VidSys will discuss its global expansion and its PSIM software at its ISC West booth, No. 6053.
“The functionality provided by a true PSIM solution, such as the VidSys software, where data is converted to actionable intelligence, has become fundamental to cost effectively managing security situations for the public and private sectors,” said Matia Grossi, research manager, physical security, Frost & Sullivan.
An office has been established in London to manage its European relationships. To lead these efforts, Darren Chalmers-Stevens joined the company as director of business development. In this role, he will be responsible for driving sales and strategic partnership efforts throughout Europe. He will work closely with all European partners to support the sale and implementation of the VidSys PSIM software.
In the Middle East, VidSys has partnered with Building Defence Systems (BDS), a telecommunications and defense systems company that will sell and implement the VidSys PSIM software in public and private organizations throughout the Middle East.
“Public and private organizations worldwide are increasingly recognizing the need to incorporate PSIM software into their security ecosystems in order to proactively resolve business and security situations in real time,” said Chuck Teubner, chairman and chief executive officer, VidSys. “By officially establishing our presence in Europe and the Middle East, we are able to work more closely with companies as they implement our award-winning technology to help them more effectively and efficiently identify, manage and resolve unfolding situations.”