Magor opens new office in Dubai
Ottawa (Canada), January 20, 2014
Canada-based Magor Corporation, a leading developer and provider of visual collaboration software, has opened its new office in Dubai.
Building upon a growing customer base in the region, Magor's cloud-based Aerus platform is witnessing strong demand for security applications, said the company which has timed the launch with its participation at the ongoing Intersec 2014 conference.
The event, which runs till January 21, focuses on products for the fields of commercial security, information security, fire and rescue, safety and health, homeland security and policing in Europe and the Middle East.
Magor said its Aerus has become a hit as it provides the ability to access security information sources, ranging from video surveillance content to personal camera feeds from the field, and bring them into ultra-secure visual conversations that can be launched at a moment's notice.
As identified by InfoComm, the Middle East's market for audio-visual services is growing faster than most other regions, a further reason for Magor's decision to develop a local presence now.
Commenting on the move, CEO Mike Pascoe said: "In addition to the significant increase in interest for visual collaboration in the region, we are excited by the pull we are experiencing with Aerus in the homeland security and policing sectors."
"An office in Dubai provides us the opportunity to bolster the strong solutions provider partnerships we have in the region, and to provide local sales support for the increased demand we are seeing," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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