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SNB Middle East spotlights importance of security at partner event

December 31, 2018
Source: Tawahul Tech

SNB Middle East, a value-added distributor, has recently held a seminar for its partners in Egypt on 18th April, 2018.

The event was organised in cooperation with SNB’s key vendors to discuss the growing importance of security solutions in the region.

Organisations such as Bikal, Digifort, Allied Telesis, Pacom and Huz shared insights on the latest technologies that are powering the security industry to over 100 C-level executives present at the event.

The partners at “SNB Empowering Security and Networking Roadshow” witnessed live demos of SNB’s latest solutions, followed by Q&A sessions at InterContinental City Stars, Cairo, Egypt.

During the event Khaled Shehata, regional manager, SNB Middle East also discussed the different ways they can enable their channel partners in Egypt.

The event was well-organised and successful with very good attendance from esteemed systems integrators and end-users from Egypt, according to Pascal Creff, VP Business Development, Pacom Systems. “We had a great opportunity to give the partners an overview of the latest Pacom solution for the multi-site customers and the latest technology from EyeLock such as its iris recognition system. We are ready for the next roadshow with SNB Middle East.”

“It was a great platform to meet Consultants and Professional System Integrators to discuss Digifort IP VMS technology and their requirements. I would strongly recommend SNB Middle East to arrange such events in future since consultants are making a key role in this IP security industry and  it will help them to know more about World Class IP VMS and Deep Learning technology,” said Engineer Mairaj Muhammad, pre-sales and technical manager EMEA, Digifort.

Hossam Zaki, managing director, MicroVAD, said, “The event was successful one and we are looking forward to a fruitful business relationship with SNB Team and their technology partners and boost out footprint in the Egypt and Africa market.”