Johnson Controls has announced the winners of the CEM Systems Business Partner of the Year Awards, EMEA, 2018. Winners were honoured at CEM Systems’ annual security conference, held 23—24 May at the Galgorm Resort & Spa, Northern Ireland. Net-Ctrl received the Business Partner of the Year Award for the UK and Ireland South region.

“Johnson Controls is very fortunate to be involved in many exciting and often iconic access control projects around the world and 2018 is no exception” said Philip Verner, regional sales director, Building Technologies & Solutions, Johnson Controls. “Through customer endorsements and the support of our committed Approved Reseller channel, we have successfully opened up CEM Systems innovative access solutions to many new sectors and territories throughout Europe, Middle, East and Africa (EMEA). The 2018 Business Partner of the Year Awards are not only given to our top EMEA business partners for high levels of sales, but are given in recognition for their ongoing commitment to accredited CEM Systems training, joint marketing initiatives and their tireless endeavour to go above and beyond when delivering successful customer projects within their respective regions.”

For the UK & Ireland, South region, Net-Ctrl received the Business Partner of the Year award in recognition of their success within the education sector. As a relatively new channel partner, Net-Ctrl has promoted CEM Systems products at various education events this year and has successfully won a number of prominent UK school security projects including Bradfield College.

Predictive, Pre-Deployment, Post Installation and Health Check Wireless Surveys carried out by certified wireless engineers.

IP-CCTV site survey to assess camera locations and requirement and existing Mobotix solution health checks.

Net-Ctrl provide network and structured cabling solutions as either a stand-alone installation, or to compliment products and solutions that we offer.

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