> Time and attendance Enterprise: Reed Boardall is one of the leading temperature controlled food distribution businesses in the UK, storing and delivering frozen food from large and small manufacturers across Britain, Europe and further afi eld to all the UK’s best-known supermarkets.
Wraps and Tints
> Intruder Alarm: Wraps and Tints are a leading installer of car wrap, tint and paint protection films, based in Lancashire. One of their areas of expertise is in high-performance cars. As the company was going from strength to strength, they needed to move into larger premises to meet increasing customer demand, in a smarter and more professional working environment.
Utilities National Grid
> Integrated access, intruder and staff protection: National Grid Group plc is an international networks company, headquartered in London that builds, owns and operates electricity, gas and telecommunication networks. Its principal activities are in the regulated electricity industry, where it owns and operates the transmission network in England and Wales, and transmission and distribution networks in the north eastern United States.
Finlays' Pontefract site
> Access control biometric system: STANLEY Security, one of the UK's leading security providers, has installed a biometric access control system at beverage company Finlays' Pontefract site to protect its server rooms. A company with over 265 years heritage, Finlays owns and operates tea estates, extraction facilities for tea, coffee and plant extracts, packing facilities and R&D laboratories across four continents.
> Multisite CCTV: When dealing with a substantial, complex security system installation - often covering multiple sites and many hundreds of people - you clearly need a security vendor with the resources and experience to deliver. Smaller security companies may not have adequate means to support the longevity of these projects. This generally isn't an issue for larger companies, but beware - not all such companies are well placed to deal with large projects.
> Time and attendance: Farmhouse Biscuits, a family owned and operated business now in its fourth generation, began 50 years ago in a modest farmhouse kitchen in Lancashire. Since those early days, the company has grown to become one of the country’s largest premier biscuit manufacturers, specialising in high quality traditional biscuits which are sold around the world.