Grosvenor Technology and Scottish Communications Group are teaming up to target higher education access control projects across the UK. Both organisations see education as a key area for growth in the coming year and have pooled resources to win projects in this field. They are already reaping the benefits of collaboration – working on an installation at the University of Dundee that will be completed during 2016. The partnership will now build upon Scottish Communication’s work with Dundee, and Grosvenor’s experience with organisations such as Brunel University London and the University of Salford.
Liam Mowat, Scottish Communications Group’s Technical Director commented: “We’ve been impressed by our experience of working with Grosvenor through the Partner Charter, and this partnership is the next logical step for both companies. By combining Grosvenor’s access control systems with our expertise and design approach, we can really offer higher education institutions the highest in trust, quality and innovation.”
Grosvenor Technology Sales and Marketing Director Andy Rainforth said: “Our partnership with Scottish Communications is just one example of how we work alongside our integrators. Sateon, our access control solution, is a compelling offer for our installers when bidding for projects in the HE sector. For Universities, energy costs, risk and administration are major issues, and Sateon can help alleviate these issues for end users – helping integrators deliver more than just secure solutions.”