|Multiple SW24 products will now harness the energy of IPT’s formulated Lithium Polymer and Ion batteries|
Multiple SW24 products will now harness the energy of IPT’s exclusively formulated Lithium Polymer and Lithium Ion batteries, providing customers with high-performance, mobile power that lasts up to five times longer than original equipment batteries.
“To combat shrinking budgets and expanding responsibilities, many municipalities, agencies and school districts have included language in their purchasing guidelines that allows them to utilize existing purchasing vehicles,” said Ken Murphy, Chief Operating Officer of IPT. “These listings may allow them to purchase products in a more simplified and uniform way without the headache of RFP development and the bidding process.”
SW24 services end-users in a range of verticals, including education, hospitality, government, public safety (Law, Fire, EMS), healthcare, construction, major retailers, residential/housing, and more.
“In each case, there is a need for advanced security technologies such as access control, video management, RFID tracking and other application-specific solutions,” Des Smyth, president and founder of Securewatch24, said. “Every application requires a more dependable, longer lasting power source—particularly one that is mobile,” he added.
“The new generation of security technology is mobile,” explained Smyth. “Mobile applications require batteries that last a substantial amount of time. Any security company that’s designing technology and isn’t taking the latest battery advancements into consideration is behind the curve. We believe that IPT is doing state-of-the-art research and development.”
“Separately, both IPT and SW24 have reputations for engineering forward-thinking technologies,” Murphy said. “Now, working together, we’ve already started developing initiatives that will eradicate many security-related obstacles by creating portable, faster, IP-based, data-driven equipment powered by custom-designed super batteries.“
Armed with the mindset to break new ground, and facilitated by the NCPA, HIRE and OGS contracts, both companies see a bright future for their end-users.
As Ken Murphy puts it: “It’s important to be in business with other companies that are also pushing the envelope. This partnership will mesh the best of the best, and give customers from every industry an optimized solution.”