08 April 2015


CSL DualCom were proud to once again support the NSI Summit Birmingham 2015 as headline sponsor

CSL DualCom were proud to once again support the NSI Summit Birmingham 2015 as headline sponsor. The event took place at the National Motorcycle Museum. As headline sponsors, alongside IFSEC International and RISCO. NSI approved companies represent a large proportion of our customer base and the NSI Summit brings over 200 of these companies together. The NSI Summit packs a lot of content into a relatively short day ranging from business solutions advice from expert speakers to social media and cost effective marketing tips. The wealth of knowledge and expertise on offer is unique and has already made the NSI Summit an essential part of each year’s event calendar. The summit offers a forum where they can share ideas, receive solid business advice and find out about the latest technology and industry news. Over 200 Installer companies were represented and the exhibition spaces sold out weeks in advance. The 90 minute speaking programme of leading industry experts kept an ideal pace and this year’s addition of a celebrity speaker - BBC's Matt Allwright - professionalised the event and showed the organiser’s commitment to making it a success.

Visitors to the CSL DualCom stand were able to discover more about the DualCom Security Range. This included Remote Servicing & Diagnostics (RSD) on an installed alarm control panel with DualCom DigiAir® UDL and DualCom GradeShift® UDL. RSD reduces the need for unnecessary site visits to save valuable engineer time and cost. The Summit is a great runway into IFSEC 2015 which is set to offer installers even more this year in the dedicated Installer Live Zone. Fellow headline sponsor IFSEC International were busy signing up Apprentice Installers for the Engineers of Tomorrow competition which CSL DualCom are also a proud sponsor of. Competitions like this give engineers a stage on which to demonstrate their skills and make a great name for their employer in the process. There’s still time to sign up at http://www.ifsec.co.uk/Content/Engineers-of-Tomorrow

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