Universal Security Systems unveiled as C-CURE’s Enterprise Partner of the Year

Left to Right): Paul McCann (Johnson Controls), Alex Deal (Universal Security Systems) and Gordon Morrison (Johnson Controls)

Left to Right): Paul McCann (Johnson Controls), Alex Deal (Universal Security Systems) and Gordon Morrison (Johnson Controls)

Universal Security Systems Limited has won the 2019 C-CURE Enterprise Partner of the Year Award for 2019. The accolade was presented to Alex Deal, operations director of Universal Security Systems, by Gordon Morrison (GB sales director for the Johnson Controls’ Tyco access control and video brands) at the C-CURE Enterprise Partner Appreciation Dinner. This took place on 15 January at Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

“We enjoyed significant sales growth during 2019 and this was achieved with the loyal support of all our certified Enterprise Partners whose professionalism has helped to maintain the reputation of C-CURE 9000 as being the most robust, feature-rich and user-friendly access control platform available,” said Morrison. “Universal Security Systems’ support for C-CURE 9000 during 2019 was exceptional, and they are therefore well deserved winners of the 2019 Enterprise Partner of the Year Award.”

It was also announced at the dinner, which was attended by representatives from many of the UK’s leading security system integrators, that the Project of the Year Award had been won by Vindex Systems.

“The expertise of system integrators, such as Universal Security Systems and Vindex Systems, is ensuring that our mutual end user clients are able to achieve maximum value from their investment in C-CURE 9000,” continued Morrison. “The C-CURE Enterprise Partner Appreciation Dinner, which is now an annual event, provided us with an excellent opportunity to formally acknowledge the contribution that all of our Enterprise Partners are making to the company’s ongoing success.”

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