The intelligent choice in surveillance solutions

August 2009 Surveillance

There are good reasons why Hlanganani Blick has been creating a stir in the security and CCTV off-site monitoring markets in recent months.

Hlanganani Blick was created through the merger between Blick South Africa (more recently Stanley Security Solutions) and empowerment partner Rasstech Services. The result is a significant presence in the high-tech surveillance industry, with several major contracts awarded since the new company’s establishment.

Belonging to an international group put Hlanganani Blick in a unique position to impart latest technology and expertise to their empowerment partner, who in turn brought in-depth knowledge of local conditions and a more than 35-year heritage to the table.

“The reason for our success is that we take customer service and state-of-the-art technology equally seriously,” says Director Daniel Rass. “The objectives of our procurement policies are to promote the utilisation of locally manufactured products and solutions, whilst also stimulating local job creation and supporting BEE suppliers.

“We place great emphasis on using BEE and SME sub-contractors, stressing that only when they have passed our training and certification processes, will they become part of our installation and support teams.”

Hlanganani Blick solutions are therefore engineered specifically for the local industry. They are also economical and not subject to exchange rate fluctuations like some imported products.

Because Hlanganani Blick remains a medium-sized business, interaction between head office, sub-contractors and suppliers occurs on an ongoing basis. The transfer of the relevant skill set is a daily reality.

It is this unique structure that makes us a market leader.

State-of-the art technology means we see anything that moves

Hlanganani Blick’s main focus is currently off-site monitoring and surveillance, combining all the advantages of live video with sensor alarm beams installed on zoned areas protecting your premises, assets and employees alike.

Backing up sensor beam technology are CCTV cameras, recording equipment, monitoring expertise and a VoIP audio system, making sure you can rest easy in the knowledge that we are literally 'looking out' for you.

Should anything or anyone cross the sensor beam, an alarm is instantaneously sent to the control room, with cameras automatically showing a live view of what is happening on the ground.

Our well trained control room operators immediately react by sending patrol vehicles, as well as the SAPS, to your premises. No wonder our control room has been responsible for drastic levels of crime reduction – and increased levels of arrest – in our monitored areas!

It all adds up to peace-of-mind around the clock, at an affordable price.

Making it simply the wisest choice you can make.

For more information contact Kobus le Roux, Hlanganani Blick, 0861 500 500, [email protected]





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