Security Essen – Booth 7C24: ACRE to Showcase Updated Cloud-Based Security Solutions and Services at Security Essen

September 18, 2022

ACRE, a global leader in advanced security systems, will showcase the latest advancements in its security solutions at Security Essen.
During the interactive conference, the company will showcase the advanced technologies that help businesses and people connect securely, return to work after COVID-19, and protect infrastructure, data and people.

ACRE will highlight “super enterprise” solutions such as the TDS Visitor Management System, which provides better protection for multi-site, multi-system and highly complex situations.
Also featured will be the Feenics cloud-based access control system, which provides a robust and secure cloud access control system with the scalability and flexibility needed. ACRE will also showcase its latest offering of intrusion detection systems in addition to the Razberi cybersecurity portfolio.

“We are excited to be at this year’s Security Essen to demonstrate the power of our cloud-based technologies, touchless access control solutions and mobile services,” said Harm Radstaak, president ACRE International. “These advanced solutions have proven to be scalable, secure and flexible options for businesses of all sizes. We look forward to working closely with our customers and partners to transform security operations and support more efficient operations.”

ACRE’s award-winning cloud-based solutions, such as Feenics, ACT365 and SPC Connect, provide scalable security for small to large enterprises and address the challenges associated with securing and connecting multiple sites without requiring additional IT resources. In addition, ACRE’s portfolio of solutions features intuitive user interfaces that enable easy integration and management of third-party systems. The company’s robust suite of offerings also includes smart cards, contactless readers, proximity fobs and mobile applications – all designed to support digital transformation with the flexibility and ease that modern businesses require.

About ACRE:
ACRE is a global leader in providing integrated technologies and services. Since its founding in 2012, ACRE has played a critical role in the development and implementation of security technology initiatives on a global scale. Its Vanderbilt, TDS, Comnet, Open Options, Feenics, Matrix and RS2 brands deliver advanced solutions to thousands of customers around the world. ACRE now employs more than 500 people in more than 25 countries. For more information, visit www.acre-co.com.

About Triton:
Since its inception in 1997, Triton has launched ten funds focused on industrial technology, services, consumer products and healthcare companies. The Triton funds invest in middle-market companies and support their positive development. The 49 companies currently in Triton’s portfolio have combined sales of around €16 billion and employ around 104,000 people. For more information, visit www.triton-partners.com.

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