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NIT signs distie deal with Intelligent Security Systems

VAD authorised to supply the vendor’s solutions to partners in Middle East and Africa

NIT signs distie deal with Intelligent Security Systems
Al Fakir says ISS will deliver immediate beneficial impact to resellers.

Ingram Micro's NIT a value-added distributor of IP surveillance and physical security solutions in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META), has signed a new partnership with Intelligent Security Systems (ISS), a provider of video management and video intelligence solutions.

Under the terms of the agreement, NIT is authorised to distribute ISS VMS - SecurOS and Analytics Software, to channel partners in the Middle East and Africa.

"We are excited about our new partnership with ISS, which will help us fulfill the business demands of our customers in the most optimal way," said Bassel Al Fakir, managing director of NIT. "I am confident we will deliver immediate beneficial impact to our reseller partners and their customers, and we are committed to continuing playing an important role in helping them grow and strengthen their business. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with ISS."

The distributor said customised products portfolio from ISS plus the largest partners channel via NIT, not only maintains but cements the relationship with the vendor.

Erik Bladh, COO, Middle East and Africa, ISS, said: "NIT is a committed partner with top geographical reach. This mutually beneficial partnership will help us to further strengthen and expand our business as a leading VMS and analytics solution company in the Middle East and Africa."

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