“We believe that one of the primary advantages of the Invixium range is the ease with which their hardware and software can be integrated into existing system architectures and instantly add value whilst increasing overall employee and employer assurance during these uncertain times.” – Stuart Adams, Managing Director, CQR
Toronto-based biometrics specialist Invixium has found a distribution partner to promote its solutions in the UK and Ireland.
CQR Security Ltd is a UK-based security specialist focused on offering devices and infrastructure for intrusion detection and access control. The company has been in business for almost four decades, and has distributed security products across more than 60 countries.
Now, it’s poised to promote IXM Titan, Invixium’s face-scanning biometric terminal. The Titan was recently upgraded to enable Elevated Body Temperature detection that can help to spot signs of potential coronavirus infection, and, in commenting on the distribution partnership, CQR Managing Director Stuart Adams expressed excitement about the potential of this new capability in today’s security market.
“Invixium has an innovative range of cutting-edge security and access control products and services that can be applied across many industry sectors,” he said. “When considering the additional assurance provided by IXM TITAN’s thermographic sensor for temperature screening, I envision us being able to offer a more complete and integrated value proposition to our industry partners and end user customers.”
For Invixium’s part, CEO Shiraz Kapadia praised CQR for its “stature as a premier distributor of security products,” adding, “We don’t want CQR to be just a distributor; Invixium wants to see them become our operating partner in Europe. We are very much looking forward to growing together.”
News of the partnership arrives shortly after Invixium’s announcement of a new US headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, suggesting that the company is in the midst of a phase of international expansion.
July 16, 2020 – by Alex Perala