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Partnership to take access and biometrics to Egyptian market

TDSi : 12 June, 2008  (Company News)
TSDi and Egyptian Future Group have partnered to market and install access control systems and the company's vascular and fingerprint biometric recognition systems in the Egyptian market
Access control specialist TDSi and Future Group, Egypt's leading supplier of integrated business management and security systems, have announced the formation of a strategic partnership.

The two companies will be working closely to promote TDSi's extensive range of products and systems to security professionals, building managers, specifiers and installers across Egypt.

Commenting on the agreement, TDSi's Managing Director, John Davies, said: "We have strong distribution channels in many markets throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East and have been looking to establish a strategic partnership with an established distributor in Egypt for some time.

"Future Group is an ideal partner for us. Our two companies share an absolute commitment to quality and service and to delivering tailored security solutions that meet our customers' needs. Future Group has a proven track record in the Egyptian market and has delivered a number of high profile, prestigious projects for clients including Exxon Mobil and Henkel".

Mostafa Safwat from Future Group said: "TDSi's range is ideally suited to the Egyptian market, with proven quality readers, controllers and systems providing cost effective, integrated security solutions - in fact, the solution ethos at TDSi is an excellent fit to Future Group's vision".

Although the full range of TDSi systems will be available through Future Group, John Davies expects that the company's MICROgarde and EXpert controllers will be particularly appropriate for the Egyptian market, supported by the company's palm vein and finger print readers, PALMgarde and DIGIgarde together with its proximity and MIFARE readers.

The systems all operate with TDSi's proven software platform, EXgarde PRO, which provides full integration to other security and building management systems.
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