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3xLOGIC brings new standards of security innovation to European market

3xLOGIC, the provider of integrated and intelligent security solutions, has announced its launch into the European market, bringing with it a weath of knowledge and expertise. An innovator in server and cloud-based security technology for over 15 years, the US-headquartered organisation is now part of STANLEY Products and Solutions (SPS) and joins PAC/GDX and PACOM within SPS with a view towards building “the strongest, most innovative security manufacturer in the industry”.

The businesses will continue to operate under their own brand identities as usual and will report to a global management team as STANLEY Products and Solutions under the leadership of CEO Matthew Kushner, thereby ensuring a consistent product and innovation strategy.

With the brand’s launch in Europe, customers will now be able to enjoy the numerous benefits of 3xLOGIC’s access control, video surveillance and video management system (VMS) technology. All 3xLOGIC products are designed to be fully integrated and provide end user customers with comprehensive, cost-effective and state-of-the-art security infrastructures that are easy to manage, simple to install and can be scaled to meet evolving  needs.

Just as importantly, the advanced integration capabilities on offer afford security installers and system integrators alike significant opportunities to work with their end user customers on more innovative and multi-dimensional security systems.

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Commenting on this exciting industry development, Gary Rowden (vice-president of commercial sales at SPS) said: “3xLOGIC has an enviable track record in redefining what’s possible with security technology and its success in the highly competitive US market is testament to its ability to stay one step ahead. I’m delighted that our customers in Europe will now have the opportunity to find out exactly why 3xLOGIC leads the way in security system integration. I believe the brand offers a unique and exciting proposition for  customers across the entire continent.”

3xLOGIC products will be available in Europe through the existing PAC channel, with full access to its customer service and technical support teams. This means that end users will be able to rely on a tried-and-trusted supply chain, with products specified correctly and delivered on time, every time.

As part of ambitious plans to expand quickly across Europe, 3xLOGIC is also in the process of recruiting significant business development positions for the UK and mainland Europe in order to drive further growth and market penetration. This activity will be augmented by a dedicated partner programme offering security installers and system integrators a wide array of benefits.

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Gary Rowden concluded: “This move extends our product portfolio, giving our customers more choice and flexibility backed by a global organisational structure. I’m delighted to be part of this next chapter in 3xLOGIC’s history.”

*Plans are underway for a webinar that will take place on Tuesday 12 March and provide a full solutions overview. Further details and registration information are available at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3954771098623787522

**For more information on 3xLOGIC’s’s infinias access control solution visit: https://pacgdx.com/products/3xlogic

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ISO 9001:2015 certification affords PACOM “a competitive edge”

PACOM, a STANLEY Products and Solutions company and provider of security and access control solutions, has confirmed its commitment to Best in Class quality management by gaining the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification. This significant achievement is part of the company’s continuing efforts to make its processes as agile as possible and set the standard in what is an increasingly competitive market.

Since it was first published in 1987, ISO 9001 has become the world’s most established quality management framework and is currently used by over one million companies across the globe. PACOM was previously certified to ISO 9001:2008, which ceased to apply from the middle of last month, and began its transition process to ISO 9001:2015 well in advance of the deadline. Certified through an external certification body, a rigorous audit was conducted on PACOM’s quality management systema to assess the company’s dedication to the ongoing improvement of its processes.

“A desire to operate to the highest standards runs through everything we do and ISO 9001:2015 rubber stamps our credentials through better integration and alignment of our internal processes,” explained James Ford, PACOM’s marketing director, in conversation with Risk Xtra. “This, in turn, leads to increased productivity and results and defines a standard of operation that exceeds our customers’ expectations. It also helps to ensure that they consider us as the security and access control solutions supplier of choice.”

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ISO 9001:2015 takes into account a number of principles and is based on ISO’s Annex SL, which consists of ten clauses that act as a basic set of generic requirements to follow, in addition to the ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act’ structure pioneered by W Edwards Deming. The standard makes companies assess risks, identify opportunities for improvement and effectively manage and measure performance across all levels of the business. As such, senior management must now be able to demonstrate a greater commitment to – and direct involvement in – their company’s quality management system.

Ford concluded: “I would like to congratulate the team for all the hard work that has gone into attaining ISO 9001:2015. It’s a milestone achievement that reflects our growth and development. Our culture of continuous improvement is vital in maintaining a market leading position, while the discipline and framework provided by our quality management system creates an environment that will help us to achieve our corporate objectives. Just as importantly, it means our customers have complete assurance that PACOM operates to the highest standards and that we meet all regulatory requirements for our products and services, which we will strive to maintain and improve upon.”

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