Camsecure staff gain Milestone certification

September 2011 News

Multidisciplined security solutions company, Camsecure, recently made a substantial investment in arming 11 staff members with the tools required to conceptualise, design and implement customer-oriented IP video surveillance and access control systems.

Camsecure boasts 11 Advanced Certified Milestone software engineers
Camsecure boasts 11 Advanced Certified Milestone software engineers

Camsecure is driven by the surveillance and access control needs of the industries it serves, places emphasis on high level training of its employees. “We actively seek highly qualified and skilled people with the appropriate intellectual property to join our team,” said Francois Malan, technical director at Camsecure. “In addition, we believe in providing the team with industry best practice training in order to supply our customer base with benchmark products and installations.

“Designing systems around such high-end software requires a specified level of competence and product knowledge from Milestone Systems partners. What differentiates Camsecure from other South African distributors of the Milestone Systems product range is that we have not just one Advanced Certified Milestone Systems Software Engineer, as is common with most companies, but 11.”

Camsecure flew Milestone Systems trainer, Michael Berman, to South Africa from the USA to conduct the requisite training for Milestone Systems Advanced Certification Training with Camsecure’s employees.

For more information contact Camsecure, +27 (0)11 781 1341, [email protected], www.camsecure.co.za





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