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SMS and QSG merge to form Synectics Security

by Andy Clutton

(L-R): Mark Pennington – Commercial Director, Iain Stringer – Managing Director, Mike Brocklesby – Finance Director

Synectics Mobile Systems (SMS) and Quadrant Security Group (QSG) have merged to form the independent security integrator Synectics Security.

Based out of its Nottingham HQ, the unified business will continue to serve customers in the UK and Ireland operating in public space, heritage, high security, banking and finance, critical infrastructure and transportation sectors.

“Pairing decades of experience dealing with the complexities of on-vehicle systems integration together with the expertise and specialist technical qualifications necessary for successful deployment of large-scale security and surveillance solutions – that creates a powerful combined capability”, said Iain Stringer, Managing Director of Synectics Security. “And not just in terms of transportation where there is clear opportunity and alignment of skills.

“We have an exciting development around on-vehicle camera monitoring to announce very soon that will have significant implications for both new installs and retrofit on-vehicle projects. We’re also working hard to expand our offering in terms of cloud capabilities, analytics, intelligent software, and AI integration. We know that these are key areas for customers in all the sectors we serve.”

To gain an even deeper understanding of customer needs, the security integrator is currently conducting a customer insight consultation. In addition to steering technical development and strategic partnerships, the information generated will be used to enhance the customer experience.

Mark Pennington, Commercial Director at Synectics Security, said: “Both businesses always worked to a customer promise of selecting the right technologies to deliver a tailored solution which meets each of their precise needs. That hasn’t changed. But thanks to our pooled resources, expert capabilities, and unified workforce, we’re in a much stronger position to deliver that promise and much more besides.”

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