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The strategy to focus on specialist technologies for markets where security is a business critical issue is reaping rewards, says the security firm Reliance High-Tech. The company points to IT centric solutions that it says has stimulated growth across integrated IP, Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) and networked digital interviewing markets.
New customers include Pfizer, Newell Rubbermaid and Loughborough University and projects with EDF Energy Nuclear New Build and a new deep-sea container port and logistics park in the Thames Estuary, where Reliance has integrated traditional and new technologies to protect critical infrastructure.
The firm hails long-term frameworks with Western Power Distribution and the National Health Service, among others. Reliance reports sales in excess of £10 million in the first financial quarter, up 140pc on the previous year.
Terry Sallas, Managing Director, Reliance High-Tech, said: “We recognise that issues such as IT convergence, disruptive technologies and evolving security threats will increasingly coexist with traditional security needs. Through blending security and IT expertise and collaborating with specialist partners, we are providing solutions that improve security and address complex technical issues pragmatically and efficiently; this approach has increased the proximity to our customers and created new opportunities”
Reliance High-Tech says that it will continue to embrace new technology shifts and grow its capabilities in security-based software, data mining and analytics. Later this year, Reliance High-Tech will launch its 720˚ Security Solution, what it terms a multi-dimensional offering addressing a spectrum of security issues, from the protection of physical and logical assets to the remote monitoring of critical systems and the protection of lone workers. For more, go to www.rht.co.uk or e-mail email@example.com.