Integrated security manufacturer TDSi and its technology distributor Midwich, will be welcoming visitors to Technology Showcase North, which is being held on Wednesday 6th May at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. TDSi will be highlighting the business opportunities for installers in providing integrated security and access control solutions as part of the wider IT systems used by clients.
LeAnne Hill, Key Account Manager at TDSi will be attending the event to meet visitors and demonstrate how integrated physical security systems can transform the technology infrastructure for end users, thereby allowing installers to add extra value to their proposition.
Commenting on the upcoming event LeAnne states, “Increasingly, customers want to ensure that all their business systems work together, so there is great demand for installers and specifiers with these capabilities. At TDSi we design and manufacture modern systems which are built for this exact purpose, complimented with expert technical assistance for installers.”
The partnership between TDSi and Midwich has grown rapidly since the two businesses became partners 18 months ago, demonstrating the huge growth and demand for integrated security and IT systems. Year on year the partnership has seen a 680% growth with Midwich now making up a significant portion of TDSi’s UK sales. Strong channel partner relationships are the cornerstone of TDSi’s global success and TDSi is committed to helping its partners develop key sales and technical support skills. This ensures end users always have access to the right expertise to achieve their goals.
LeAnne adds, “As partners, TDSi and Midwich have worked hard together to build the relationship with one another and with our mutual customers. Both organisations recognise the huge potential of bringing the IT and security disciplines together and that is why we are delighted to present these opportunities to visitors at the Midwich Technology North this year. Multi-discipline security and IT providers that realise the full potential of a united function will have access to more and more lucrative channels of business as the market continues to expand.”
The event is a great opportunity for visitors to have a face-to-face discussion, as LeAnne concludes, “I would encourage anyone interested in learning more about how our technology can be used as part of a centralised business IT systems network; to visit the event and discuss the options with our team.”