OTTAWA, May 29, 2013 /CNW/ - Marcomm Systems Group, an industry leader in designing, installing and integrating innovative electronic physical security systems, has recently acquired three key people to keep up with the company's growth -Jeff MacDonald was hired to fill the position of Plant coordinator - Chris Stieber as the Head of IT Security, and Ed Wittebol as Lead Draftsman.
Marcomm Systems Group Inc. (MSGI), the industry leader in advanced security and control systems, was recently awarded the security contract for the Barrie Courthouse, located in Barrie Ontario. MSGI will deploy a unified CCTV and Access Control system, a fully redundant Storage Array Network (SAN), exterior swing gates, and provide Duress Stanchion Towers in parking areas. MSGI will build the Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the judicial Duress Alarm Display and intercom using their integration software DYNATROL.
"We're very excited about the direction of our company", explains David Trudel, President of MSGI. "The industry has been recognizing us for years as the leader in Corrections, which is a huge compliment in itself. But I realized it was time to expand our sales and marketing efforts to gain better penetration in the other critical vertical markets that would benefit from our knowledge and experience. And now that hard work is starting to pay off".
In recent months, MSGI has been awarded security contracts for the Nova Institution for Women in Nova Scotia, the Cowansville New Living Unit in Quebec, and the Ambassador Hotel & Convention Centre in Kingston, Ontario, shown below.
About Marcomm Systems Group Inc.
Since its establishment in 1991, Marcomm Systems Group Inc. has focused on the design, supply and installation, testing and commissioning of electronics based security and control systems
SOURCE: Marcomm Systems Group Inc.