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Genetec Opens New Singapore APAC Headquarters

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GENETEC has opened its new, expanded Singapore headquarters – the new HQ incorporates training facilities and an experience centre.

Daniel Lee, managing director for Genetec APAC welcomed distribution, channel sales, strategic technical partners, end-users and guests to the event. Guests toured the facility and met the Genetec APAC team.

“Our new, expanded Genetec location in Singapore is designed to facilitate business development, train integrators and customers, and offer support and custom solutions for end-users in the growing Asia/ Pacific (APAC) region,” Lee said. “Our Experience Center showcases the company’s unified, IP security solutions in a Security Operations Center mock up — featuring hardware and software integrations from Genetec technology partners. We invite all our APAC and global partners to visit our Singapore operations soon.”

Over the past year, Genetec has grown rapidly across Asia Pacific, offering unified physical security solutions in all regions including Australia and New Zealand, and has expanded its distribution partners in Indonesia, Thailand, and India — all are rapidly migrating to a unified, IP-based security platform. The company also added new country/sales managers, support and business development team members in Singapore, ANZ, Thailand, and India.

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