Idis honours customers with awards in Dubai

Dubai, U.A.E

Idis recently recognised both customers and media partners by presenting awards on its stand during a press briefing at Intersec in Dubai, that kicked off the company celebrating two decades of surveillance innovation. 

Idis acknowledges that its own success only comes when its customers and partners succeed. Building upon this philosophy and to recognise past, present and continued partnerships and success, Joon Jun, President of the Global Business Division, presented several awards to customers.

The first was Almoayyed Integrated Security Solutions a member of Almoayyed International Group, a high-value company headquartered in Bahrain with more than 37 years’ experience that provides a range of expert services for businesses across the Middle East including safety and security solutions. Since partnering with Idis in 2016, Almoayyed have completed several successful Idis implementations in markets including retail, high-end residential and other commercial sectors. These projects encompassed DirectCX that allowed Almoayyed engineers to leverage existing coaxial cabling as well as roll outs of Direct IP, the Idis flagship end-to-end and plug-and-play networked surveillance solution.

Al Saaj Security & Safety Systems LLC, a leading security systems integrator established in Dubai, UAE over ten years ago also received an award. The company prides itself on its highly-trained professionals, the utilisation of the latest security technologies and first class after sales service. Over the last three years, Al Saaj has completed successful roll-outs of Direct IP and Idis Solution Suite, highly modular and flexible enterprise-level video management software (VMS) across retail, education, government and financial establishments

Finally Digital Media was also presented, a company based in Riyadh, KSA that specialises in the design and integration of multimedia systems and advanced technologies including security solutions including video surveillance and access control. Digital Media have completed several Idis implementations at various government facilities and an enterprise-level roll out of Direct IP and Idis Solution Suite at Majmaah University in KSA that included 336 IP cameras, eighteen network video recorders (NVRs), a suite of Idis Solution Suite Expert servers and clients to provide 27/4 full-HD surveillance across the university’s main campus and twenty buildings spread across multiple sites.

Also, recognising the role of the security media for the support and success of the Idis brand business, Jun presented awards to strategic media partners that focus on the Middle East security market.


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