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The consortium, which is supported by the UK Government’s Department for International Trade, has been developed to offer overseas customers what the firms call a coordinated and integrated command and control solution for security and safety requirements.
Steve Smith, Managing Director of ISM, believes that a consortium of smaller businesses can benefit international clients. He says: “We believe that being a smaller business can be a distinct advantage in that we can be more competitive, are more focused on the client as opposed to needing to support a huge overhead, and more agile in our ability to innovate a bespoke solution.
“By joining a consortium of similar, like-minded professional organisations with proven capabilities, we are able to offer international firms something fresh and exciting that has not been available before.”
Nukleas is among exhibitors at this week’s Security and Policing 2019 invite-only exhibition at Farnborough.
Nukleas is formed of UK security companies, each with a track record of delivering to the UK’s emergency services and critical national infrastructure. ISM says that its Genesys integrated security management system (ISMS) goes beyond PSIM to offer scale, redundancy and ease of use for operators of National Critical Infrastructure sites. ISM recently received formal notification from the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) that Genesys has met the CPNI standard for CAPSS. Visit http://www.ism-uk.com.