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News 27 Issue sponsor Industry News C M Y CM MY CY CMY K 1 14/2/17 4:37 pm Leads2trade, one of the UK's leading suppliers of double qualified sales leads to the home improvement sector, is offering 20 per cent off leads for those who register by ursday March 16, 2017. e Leads2trade lead generation service is simple. Property and business owners will search for alarm and CCTV quotes online and then click one of the businesses' highly ranked websites. A member of the team then calls the property owner to double qualify the lead against set criteria. Aer this process is completed the lead is passed onto members of Leads2trade'sTrusted Local Supplier Network, in real-time via email or text. Leads2trade also operates a Hot Key service which allows the call centre team to directly transfer the consumer on the other end of the line to the installer in that postcode area. +44 (0)161 466 0099 ATG Access is a world-leading manufacturer of vehicle barrier systems which include high security bollards, barriers, road blockers and gates. Currently exporting to over 42 countries worldwide, ATG has a trained, global network of over 30 distributors. ATG prides itself on engineering excellence and driving security product innovation. As a result, ATG's portfolio of impact tested and certified products are the widest in the industry. Physical security solutions have been developed for an extensive range of foundation designs and site scenarios. Solutions can also be integrated into street furniture designs or fitted with aesthetic sleeves to ensure that security measures are not imposing. ATG Access offers a complete support service for high security installations including; design, test, manufacture, installation and maintenance. With five manufacturing facilities and an extensive, global reference list, ATG is well placed to support your high security site requirements. +44(0)8456 757 574 North Yorkshire-based Trace-in-Metal has achieved the prized Police crime prevention accreditation Secured by Design for its revolutionary security system which protects lead rooves from metal thieves, e process involves infusing thousands of microdots into metal sheets 'marking' them with a unique identifying code. Such is the science behind Trace-in-Metal, which is led by a former police detective and a Swedish ballistics expert, that even the smelting process cannot destroy the nickel dots and their unique tags. To achieve Secured by Design status, this unique deterrent had to pass a series of standards and stringent tests conducted by independent laboratories. Trace-in-Metal Chief Executive John Minary said: "Being awarded Secured by Design status really is the jewel in our crown. It is a massive vote of confidence in our system and will give potential clients the assurance to know that Trace- in-Metal is a highly regarded crime prevention product." • +44 (0)330 2233014 Promise Technology, the developer of the open storage platform for IP video surveillance, invites you to join the company at ISC West in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 5 – 7, 2017 at booth #22059. Promise will debut the Vess A6120 Series, a complete 1U 4-bay product line with a management server, analytics server and recording server. Additionally, Promise will introduce Auryn, a high-capacity surveillance storage block which is ideal for deployments requiring a large centralized storage solution that offers simplicity and optimization for video surveillance applications. Auryn offers up to 672TB of raw capacity and pairs seamlessly with Promise's NVR storage servers optimized for video surveillance. To schedule a meeting with Promise at ISC West, please contact • Tel: +31 (0) 40 2352600 Leads2trade offers 20 per cent off if you register by Thursday 16 March ATG prides itself on engineering excellence and innovation Trace-in-Metal Granted Prized Secured by Design Status Meet Promise Technology at ISC West

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