Paxton welcomed hundreds of security professionals to their stand at The Security Event in Birmingham last week. They networked with security installers, integrators, and industry press, receiving real-time feedback and offering live demos of the latest Paxton technology.
Dan Drayton, Divisional Director of EMEA Sales, said: “Paxton is a brand that’s been built on taking feedback directly from customers. We really enjoy the opportunity to engage face-to-face and hear what they think about our products and systems.”
This year at the event Paxton previewed an exciting addition to their product range, the Paxton Entry app. The brand-new app is set to launch later this year, and the access control manufacturer took the opportunity to showcase its functionally.
Adam Stroud, Paxton’s CEO, said: “It’s great to be here to show customers innovations like our new Entry app that works with our own door entry products, allowing smartphones to be used in place of a monitor. The feedback from our customers so far have been great. We can’t wait to make the app available to them.”
Nathan Lee from MTN Fire and Security, has years of experience installing Paxton products. He said: “I have used the vast majority of Paxton’s products. I have found them to be rock solid and work well. Our customers love them, and engineers love installing them. They are good and reliable.”
Robert Charnock from 24/7 Fire and Security Protection Ltd, shared his experience with the Paxton Technical Support team: “The Support team answer the phone within couple of rings, and I always get an answer from them. The team is absolutely amazing. I never feel as supported elsewhere.”
The team also got to hear from end-users. Jamie Livingston from The de Ferrers Trust, a group of seven schools in Staffordshire, uses Net2.
Jamie said: “Net2 is simple to install and navigate. Our central IT network managers can very easily manage the system and amend things. We can roll out in-house training for the teams that use the Net2 system, so they can easily add users and change settings. We find it a very user-friendly system to have on site.”
He also got to see Paxton10 at the stand, which is Paxton’s combined access control and video management system. Jamie said: “I think it’s an interesting system, and the design looks really modern. I like the integration of video management. We are looking into installing Paxton10.”
Dan Drayton concludes: “We have been known for a long time for the success of Net2, but we’ve developed some other great products such as Paxton10, Entry, PaxLock, and more.
“This is why we offer free installer training, helping our customers to learn more about what our product can do and how we can grow together.”
Sign up for Paxton’s free training to find out more about how their access control technology can help secure premises.