NG Bailey’s IT Service Division receives Sony Gold Partner Certification
February 2, 2016
Accreditation confirms and extends technical expertise in IP-converged electronic security equipment
NG Bailey’s IT Services division, which specialises in the design, supply, installation, management and maintenance of voice, data and structured cabling solutions to contracting, enterprise and public sector clients, has been awarded Gold Partner status with international security equipment giant, Sony.
Sony Gold Certified Partner accreditation offers NG Bailey’s electronic security experts a range of exclusive benefits, including direct contact with Sony’s product specialists, in-depth and on-going technical training on Sony’s range of security products and preferential rates on Sony’s security solutions.
David Collins, Senior Solutions Architect, NG Bailey, said: “NG Bailey’s partnership with Sony underlines our dedication to technical excellence in electronic security. These technologies provide the eyes and ears for tomorrow’s smart buildings, so it is vital that the system upgrades we make today will stand the test of time. Sony is known for providing exceptional quality and bringing innovative products to the market place and we are proud to have attained the firm’s highest level of partnership. It is a winning combination that will enable us to stay ahead of the marketplace.”
Jacob Barfoed, Sales Manager North, Sony: “We are pleased to announce that we have appointed NG Bailey as a Sony Gold Certified Partner in the UK. This is in recognition of their commitment to the Sony brand and the high level of service they provide customers when representing and installing Sony products. The combination of NG Bailey’s leadership in the electronic security market and Sony’s high end equipment is providing businesses and sites around the UK with exceptional solutions. It is a partnership we look forward to developing further in future.”
Over the last two years, NG Bailey has completed a wide range of IP-converged electronic security installations at major sites around the UK, including The Royal Society of Lincoln’s Inn, London’s South Bank Tower, 190 The Strand and Birmingham City University.
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