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IP Open Day success for Norbain

Norbain : 15 April, 2009  (Company News)
Enormous response to Norbain's IP Open Day results in plans to host further events throughout the UK
Norbain has hosted an IP Open Day, focussing on the uses of IP in the security industry and the technologies that are emerging onto the market. It follows on from IP workshops held last year which formed an introduction to the technology.

'After speaking with previous attendees and with customers, we realised that a more advanced series of workshops was required,' says Marie Kemshall, events manager at Norbain. 'The fear-factor of IP now appears to be over, and installers are now interested in learning exactly what the technology offers and what it can do for them.'

Uptake on the open day was over-subscribed, but Norbain was keen to keep the size of the event manageable to ensure attendees felt comfortable asking questions and were able to extract all the information they needed. To enable this, attendees were split into smaller groups, each looked after by a different IP expert in the industry. Participating manufacturers included Axis Communications, Sony, Pelco, EScon, Milestone and Vista.

While the majority of attendees rated their IP knowledge before the open day as 'beginner', the majority rating moved to 'intermediate' after the workshops. All attendees thought the quality and content of the day was 'good' or 'very good', whilst the consensus of opinion was that it was well worth spending a day out of the office for.

'Although IP systems sales are still relatively small compared with Analogue/DVR systems, Norbain is seeing a significant growth in demand for projects in the middle and enterprise markets,' says Buzz Coates, Norbain's branded CCTV manager. 'In response to this, we will always take an active role in supporting our customer requests. Our IP seminars are aimed at fulfilling the demand for further knowledge - not just on products, but also utilising the tools available to assist IT managers with IP CCTV Video over the network.'

Due to the success of the event, Norbain will be hosting a number of similar days around the UK. Further details will be available soon.
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