CP Plus has been announced as India’s number one security brand, including being rated as number one in video surveillance, number one in CCTV camera technology and number one in digital video recording (DVR).
This is according to Ryan Martyn, a director of Cape-based ICT distributor, Syntech SA- the local distributor for CP Plus.
According to recent research conducted by IMS Research, CP Plus is also bigger than both the number two and three brands – taken together – and is the preferred brand in over 50 countries.
Martyn – the youngest member in South Africa of Entrepreneurs’ Organisation, the global non-profit organization whose stated mission is to engage leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow – said that CP Plus sales had been relatively brisk since the company took on the distribution rights for the CCTV product range earlier this year.
“We diversified into the CCTV market earlier this year via CP Plus – amove that complements our existing product range,“he said.
Syntech, established in 2002, offers a wide range of product lines and has become recognised for its focus on professional storage and memory with high performance products such as Patriot, ATTO, OCZ, Sonnet, G-Technology and Xendata. These products are specifically imported to service media rich environments including clients within the film and production, photography and architectural industries.
CP Plus’ products are aimed at markets that span retail to public spaces, special events to offices and airports to homes. The products range from CCTV cameras, Digital Video Recorders and Network Video Recorders to Mobile Digital Video Recorders, Compression Cards and IP cameras.
Commenting further, Martyn said: “While the signing of a distribution deal with CP Plus signals our entry into the CCTV market, this move does complement our product range because we have a strong focus on storage. Supplying a range of CCTV solutions is seen as a natural progression for Syntech, which will now be able to supply a turnkey solution, including cameras, recording devices and storage.”