Alltron Becomes Distributor for 2N
Updated: Jan 13
Swiss broadliner Alltron has recently taken over distribution of the complete 2N range. The distributor's specialist trade customers will benefit from high stock availability and close cooperation between 2N and Alltron in terms of support.
Alltron has already included 2N products in its product range before. As a result of the new status as a distributor, specialist trade customers now benefit from a wider range of products that is always available from stock. The direct cooperation between the Alltron Physical Security team and the manufacturer results in a strengthened technical support. In addition, Alltron customers can participate in the 2N partner program and benefit from various advantages. Alltron can now also offer discounted demo units and training courses.
"Alltron's customer focus fits very well with our own values", says Thomas Klima, Chief Sales Officer at 2N. "Our products have considerable growth potential in Switzerland, as we expect technology to evolve from simple intercoms and access systems to increasingly complex integrated solutions."
The convergence of telecommunications and security technology also plays an important role at Alltron: "for Alltron, the distribution of 2N is a further step in the direction of offering holistic solutions for the complete physical protection of buildings and infrastructures. This protection starts at the front door. 2N is a leader in access control and therefore ideally completes our distribution portfolio in this area", says Sandro Heusler, Lead Competence Center Physical Security at Alltron. "Since 2016, 2N has been part of the same group of companies as Axis Communications, whose products Alltron has been distributing since autumn 2015. It makes sense for Alltron to carry both brands. By combining IP door intercoms with IP security cameras and management software based on network peripherals, Alltron can offer integrators, telematics engineers and electrical installers comprehensive building protection solutions from a single source."