Alloys has been appointed distributor of IP surveillance vendor Digifort, in a move designed to strengthen the specialist provider’s security solutions portfolio across Australia.
Specialising in video surveillance software and video monitoring intelligence, the Brazilian-headquartered business has presence in more than 120 countries, and first entered the local market in 2014.
Spanning video management, mobile monitoring and forensic analysis capabilities, Digifort operates across a range of industry sectors, including government, education and healthcare, as well hospitality, retail and banking.
“Alloys strategy is to offer an integrated and flexible solution in security systems to fit any customer need, the Digifort partnership completes our market leading security ecosystem,” Alloys CEO Paul Harman said.
“Alloys sells profit, cash flow and growth to its partners and the Digifort product is important to that ethos as its value and features will win our partners new business.”
Harman said the partnership with Digifort has helped create a new portfolio of surveillance products, complementing the distributor’s existing range of IP cameras, security accessories and devices.
In addition, Harman said Digifort’s software offers a licensing system with no ongoing upgrade costs, with the solution set to be showcased across Alloys' showrooms in the coming weeks.
“The partnership is a perfect fit for Digifort as we look for market growth in Australia,” Digifort director of global sales and marketing Tooma Chong added.
“Alloys has the expertise in solution selling and their existing customer base provides the opportunity to achieve those growth targets.
“Both companies are committed to providing the best market solutions in security.”