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WCCTV and Premier Qatar Announce Strategic Partnership for Qatar

Wireless CCTV and surveillance systems, and Premier Qatar, a specialist provider audio-visual, telecoms and physical and electronic security, have announced the launch of a strategic partnership to meet the growing demand for mobile surveillance solution for remote locations and temporary applications in Qatar.

WCCTV is a UK based manufacturer and systems provider with offices in Greater Manchester, Hemel Hempstead and Dallas, Texas. The Company specialise in the transmission of live and recorded video, audio and alerts via mobile phone networks to provide security and surveillance on a temporary, semi-permanent and permanent basis.

The Company is a recipient of the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation, and is the first, and only, organization to have a video surveillance product available in the US that has achieved Verizon certification. The systems have been developed in conjunction with Government Agencies, Police and Law Enforcement, the rail and transport sectors as well as oil, gas, construction and utility companies.

Premier Security Equipment Services is a Customer-centric organization comprised of stalwarts from different walks of life, high flier with a penchant for success and commitment to brilliance.

Speaking on the launch of the strategic partnership, WCCTV’s Managing Director David Gilbertson said “We’re delighted to be partnering with a forward-thinking company that possesses strong local knowledge, technical expertise and the capability to support an emerging market which will benefit greatly from wireless security and surveillance systems.”

The companies recently exhibited at Intersec 2015 in Dubai as well as Milipol 2014 in Qatar, and will be a presence at many of the leading events and exhibition throughout Europe and the Middle East throughout 2015 and 2016.

For more information please contact sales@wcctv.com or info@premierqatar.net

WCCTV Announce Strategic Partnership for Qatar

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