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CNL Awarded the “2009 European Situation Management Software Industry Innovation & Advancement of the Year Award” by Frost & Sullivan

March 2009 by Marc Jacob

CNL, the innovator of Integrated Situation Management software, are pleased to announce they have been awarded the prestigious Frost and Sullivan “2009 European Situation Management Software Industry Innovation & Advancement of the Year Award”.

Since 2001, CNL has been recognised as a pioneer in the rapidly growing integrated IP-based security solution market. CNL won its first international award for its unique hosted video management software in 2004. Since then, CNL has advanced to offer the most comprehensive and easy-to-use integrated situation management solutions available in the market at present. In order to lead the integrated situation management market further and to deliver fully compliant Command and Control solutions for all industry segments, CNL has developed IPSecurityCenter™.

It allows customers to manage, measure and minimise their exposure to security risk by providing them highly scalable, flexible and secure solutions for multiple CCTV, access control, fire and intruder alarm systems, building management, environmental monitoring and enterprise systems. IPSecurityCenter™ delivers complete visibility and control of its customer’s entire operation.

CNL have long been advocates of an open technology approach to their customer’s security needs, which opposes the closed proprietary systems that currently dominate global security, helping the industry to advance.

This award comes at an exciting time for CNL, as they are seeing a significant shift in the market place, where more and more manufactures are starting to understand the importance of interoperability.

This award confirms CNL’s position as the premier choice for management software for command and control rooms.

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