icomply customer, Mark Babington of Centro, helps to raise over £18,000 for Marie Curie Cancer Care in 427 mile bike ride, enough to run his local hospice for 2.5 days. Can we help him nudge that up to 3 days?
Back in February we posted a request, asking you to dig deep and get giving to one of our customer’s charitable endeavours to raise much-needed funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Today, we bring news of his success and a reminder that it is not too late to get giving on Mark’s team’s Just Giving page.
When we last spoke to Mark, Safer Travel Manager for Centro, the organisation responsible for public transport in the West Midlands), he advised that his team’s target was to raise £7,341 – the cost of running their local hospice for a day. Mark had not ridden a bike for 20 years and had trained hard to ride the 427 miles of Irish coastline from Malin to Mizen. Read more >>
Wow, what a year so far! With our growth trajectory steepening we’ve been out recruiting again. Our latest recruit joins us on April 1st, but he’s no fool, especially when it comes to the IT security market. His name is Nick Smith and his position is sales manager.
Joining us from a similar position at Bosch Security Systems, having done previous in both sales and IT support roles at SISYS, Dorset Police and Dorset County Council, we’d have struggled to find a better fit and hope you’ll join us in welcoming Nick to the business.
Enough from us though: we thought we’d throw a Q&A at Nick so he can answer for himself the sort of questions we think you’d be interested in asking yourself. Read more >>
When we heard that icomply customer, Mark Babington (Safer Travel Manager for Centro, the organisation responsible for the delivery of public transport in the West Midlands) planned to cycle, with two friends, from the northern most point (Malin Head) to the southern most point (Mizen Head) of Ireland, our immediate calculations turned to ‘amount of Guinness likely to be consumed.’ Upon learning more though, we decided that Mark’s quest deserved to be shared with our network; along with this call to action:
“PLEASE GET GIVING ….”
Why? Well, because Mark and his team have accepted this challenge, taking 6 days to cycle 427 miles, with some days being as long as 84 miles, in order to raise much needed funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care (although, they admit that it is not out of the question that some Guinness will be consumed along the way, as, apparently, “it’s good for you”). Read more >>
icomply’s Vivek Kumar contributes expert opinion to January’s edition of A&S India
The global video surveillance as a service market is expected to grow from $474.0 million in 2011 to $2,390.9 million in 2017 at a CAGR of 31.5% from 2012 to 2017. The APAC region is observed to grow at the highest rate.
icomply streamlines Stockton Security’s blood bike rider support service
The safe transportation of urgent blood and human tissue samples between blood banks and hospitals saves lives and NHS transportation costs which are in turn re-directed into front line care. So when Stockton Security Services decided to expand its blood bike rider emergency motorcycle dispatch service from Cleveland Blood run EVS to neighbouring Northumbria and Cumbria, it knew it was time to review its infrastructure. Read more >>
It has been a busy, successful year for the icomply India team based in New Delhi. In a relatively short space of time, the company has established an enviable presence in the local integration market. In its latest high profile project win – icomply are partnering with Indian security technology experts Zicom – delivering a complex alarm monitoring capability for three national financial institutions. The company now wishes to consolidate its position in the region – and are delighted to announce that they’ll be working closely with Yash Patel, as an electronic surveillance business development consultant.
Patel – a familiar figure – also known as “Mr JVC” or “Mr CCTV” – is described a ‘true gentleman of the CCTV world’, and has done a great deal for the security industry in the quarter of a century that he has worked in it. In the last few years much of his time has been focussed in developing business in India and this is where he’ll be helping icomply gain a stronger foothold in the market. icomply’s managing director, Hugh Barker, commented, Read more >>
icomply are delighted to announce a new partnership with MHS Technologies, which will facilitate the distribution of our products into Bahrain. MHS Technologies are one of the leading providers of technical solutions in the Middle East, and they will now be passing on icomply products such as network video recorders, central command and control software (such as V-TAS Pro) throughout Bahrain and Qatar. Read more >>
At IFSEC this year we caught up with Mike Sussman, Engineering & Operations Director at TDSI and
Chairman – Access Control Section of the British Security Industry Association. In this interview Mike shares with us his thoughts on the four key trends in the security industry.
icomply are pleased to announce that we are exhibiting for the first time at the Security Institute Annual Conference and Dinner on Wednesday 19th June. Featuring a range of excellent key-note speakers, the conference this year has three modules:
- Leadership and Management: What impacts on the decisions we make?
- Cyber Security: What are the vulnerabilities and how can we prevent them?
- Emerging trends: This year’s most recent security issues.
icomply are exhibiting alongside esteemed integration partners such as Dallmeier and Teleste. You can read the full exhibition timetable here or book to attend the exhibition on the Security Institute website.
After the success of the first-ever Professional Security event in Birmingham, icomply will be exhibiting at the Security TWENTY 13 Conference and Exhibition in London on 2nd-3rd July, Hammersmith Novotel. Speakers include Mike Tennant from Tavcom Training and David Spreadborough from Cheshire police – read the full list on Professional Security’s website.
If you can’t wait until July, read our review of Security TWENTY 13 in May, where highlights included Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Andrew Rennison, and Simon Banks, Board Director of CSL DualCom. To find what delegates can expect from Professional Security events, read our interview with Roy Cooper on our blog!