Nedap Program Certifies First Group of Partners
Nedap Identification Systems developed a dedicated partner program for the Long-Range Identification, Wireless Vehicle Detection and Smart City Access product lines. The Certified Partner Program allows partners to get recognized as committed Nedap partners. Moreover, they obtain access to benefits related to this program, such as sales tools, marketing resources, combined marketing opportunities and access to technical information and trainings related to products.
A Nedap Certified Partner is a qualified representative with adequate knowledge and skills related to the planning, installation and implementation of Nedap products. They show commitment to the Nedap brand and provide high-quality technical support to customers in one of the three sectors.
The first group of Nedap Certified Partners includes:
- Long-Range Identification: AAM Systems (Russia), Identity Warehouse (South Africa), Nortech Control (UK), IDelcon (Spain).
- Wireless Vehicle Detection: AAM Systems (Russia), AGK (Ireland), Flow (Belgium), Vialis (Netherlands), IDelcon (Spain), Infracontrol (Sweden), Traffic Technologie Système (France) and IPSens (U.S.).
- Smart City Access: ST&D and BAM Infratechniek Mobiliteit (Netherlands).
Nedap expects to announce more certified partners soon.
“We are extremely proud to announce this first group of partners that have chosen to become certified and recognized as valued partners,” said Maarten Mijwaart, general manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “Most of these partners have worked with us for many years. We are very happy that we can finally offer them the opportunity to get recognized for their loyalty, commitment and hard work to promote and successfully install our products. Furthermore, this also creates good opportunities for the end users of our products. It will now be easier to identify those vendors that have a proven track record in building successful installations with our products. In the upcoming months more committed business partners are expected to get certified worldwide.”
For information, visit www.nedapidentification.com.