Idesco Opens Security Products Showroom in NYC
The new facility showcases access control, ID badging, video surveillance and other wares.
NEW YORK CITY – Systems integrator Idesco Corp. has launched a new showroom here to provide customers with live demonstrations of its key security products.
The company showcases a wide array of security solutions from manufacturers including ID card printers, video surveillance cameras, access control systems and software, along with lanyards and ID badge accessories. Idesco’s team of security experts conducts free consultations and free demos to help its clientele find solutions for their individual needs.
“We are very excited to open a brand new showroom and give our customers the opportunity to make educated decisions when it comes to security,” says Andrew Schonzeit, Idesco’s CEO. “Idesco is making a difference by offering free consultations and demos in a unique space to help companies keep their employees and visitors safe and secure at all times.”
The showroom features a full section of ID badging solutions. Idesco offers a wide variety of ID card printers from all major manufacturers such as Fargo, Zebra, Magicard, Evolis and IDP. Customers can request a demo on any card printer, test different ID card software and print their own card designs.
Video surveillance cameras from manufacturers such as Axis and ACTi are also on display and integrated with the S2 software system, an IP-based security management system that can be operated entirely from a Web browser. Clients can also check out live surveillance camera feeds and request a full demo of the software.
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