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PSIM talks at IFSEC 2016

CNL Software, a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software firm, is partnering with ATEC Fire and Security to hold education sessions at IFSEC International this month. As the companies say, PSIM, the term and the technology has been around for almost a decade. Just as IP video did 20 years ago, PSIM has divided the security community, creating both evangelists and critics, they argue. CNL Software at IFSEC is sharing its insights on where PSIM has failed to add value, where it has succeeded and what it takes for a PSIM project to succeed.

One of the sessions will address whether PSIM is hype or reality. CNL Software will be joined by Simon Adcock CEO of ATEC Fire and Security and the chairman of the BSIA’s CCTV Section, who will discuss how the integration of security, life safety and business systems as part of an organizations framework can help drive value.

Simon Adcock says: “Creating value is the essence of business, but sometimes within security and safety we can lose sight of what value we can add. The right mix of people, process and technology can turn safety and security from reactive functions to proactive business tools, driving competitive advantage through reduced operational costs, and protecting value by managing business risks”.

The sessions are:
1 – 11:00, June 22 – ATEC Security: Creating Value through People, Process & Technology
2 – 13:00, June 22 – CNL Software: Can I Create Value in Today’s Commoditized Market?
3 – 15:00, June 22 – CNL Software: PSIM Hype or Reality?

To find out more about PSIM and to register for any of these sessions email

IFSEC International runs from June 21 to 23 at ExCeL London.


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