Sara Verbruggen

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March 5, 2018

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IDIS and Oprema announce distribution deal

South Korea’s biggest surveillance equipment manufacturer, IDIS, has signed a distribution agreement with UK security systems provider Oprema.

Oprema is one of the UK’s fastest growing security systems provider and is also a Fast Growth 50 Company.

The firm has added the IDIS Total Solution to its portfolio. This includes IDIS flagship offerings, including the plug-and-play DirectIP, as well as the advanced high definition analogue over coax technology DirectCX.

Founded in 1997 by experts in computer science and artificial intelligence, IDIS has its factories, as well as headquarters, based in South Korea plus dedicated offices that offer training and technical support in the UK, Dubai and the USA. IDIS’ surveillance products can be used in commercial and public sector markets.

Gareth Williams, sales director at Oprema, said: “The IDIS product range perfectly complements our multi-brand security portfolio and opens up a whole new range of surveillance solutions and opportunities for our customers. The IDIS product range is able to meet every surveillance need, especially in the mid to high-end space.”

James Min, MD of IDIS Europe, said: Oprema shares our values of providing a complete end-to-end solution approach, that is consultative; with a passion for sales and technical support, training and reliable logistics, as well as professional services, such as pre-sales design, pre-configuration and on-site commissioning.”

IDIS and Oprema are exhibiting at IFSEC International, 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. You can find IDIS on stand  C140, while Oprema is running the Oprema Distribution Counter on stand C220. Register now.

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