SALINA, KS; June 2, 2009: Cisco Systems Inc announced today that ISG TECHNOLOGY INC has achieved Video Surveillance Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) status from Cisco. This designation recognizes ISG Technology as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to design, resell, install and maintain a full range of video surveillance and access-control solutions.
Cisco physical-security solutions provide network-centric capabilities to video surveillance, Internet Protocol (IP) cameras, electronic access control and other groundbreaking technologies by converging voice, data and physical security into a single appliance. This enables clients to preserve existing investments in analog-based technology and to use the network as a platform upon which more collaborative and integrated physical-security systems can be built. As clients converge physical-security infrastructures and operations and begin using the network as a platform, they gain rapid access to relevant information and increase interoperability with other IP-centric systems. This enables higher levels of situational awareness in environments where intelligent and timely decision making is crucial.
To qualify for the Video Surveillance ATP Program, ISG Technology had to meet a number of requirements, from having staff who fulfill specific job responsibilities. Those requirements are designed to help a partner maintain high levels of client satisfaction.
ISG TECHNOLOGY INC, with headquarters in Salina, Kansas, specializes in business solutions for all areas of communication and technology, including data and voice network integration, security, storage, virtualization and telephony solutions. The company has over 25 years experience serving businesses in the Midwest and operates nine facilities throughout Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
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