Alloys has been appointed as a distributor for Brazilian-headquartered IP surveillance vendor Digifort.
The vendor offers software for physical security devices such as video management solutions, license plate recognition and video evaluation tools. Digifort opened an office in Sydney in 2014.
Alloys chief executive Paul Harman said the addition of Digifort builds out the distributor's security portfolio, which also includes physical security devices and solutions.
“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 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.
Digifort director of global sales and marketing Tooma Chong added: “The partnership is a perfect fit for Digifort as we look for market growth in Australia. 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.”
Alloys' product categories include AV, print, document management, IP network and surveillance, security and automation and digital imaging.