• Alain Godet

Nimans Bolsters Security Portfolio


Camilla Kirkham, Director of Sales for Security and AV at Nimans

British telecom VAD Nimans has expanded its smart security proposition by adding global powerhouse Vanderbilt to its growing portfolio.


Customers can access the latest access control and intruder solutions including the sophisticated Vanderbilt ACT platform that is simple to install and maintain. Vanderbilt Industries cover a vast array of opportunities – from simple door entry and digital keypads to controlled lockdown in an emergency and automated protection of lone workers. In addition Vanderbilt has developed one of the first integrated cloud-based access control and video management systems, available to installers ‘as-a-service’ for recurring revenue.


Available from Nimans are the ACT365, ACT Enterprise and Si-Pass integrated access control solutions – alongside the SPC intruder platform; smart security for a connected world. Vanderbilt SPC is an intrusion detection system that offers versatile and comprehensive alarm management functionality. Through the use of cloud services, end-user apps, and a dedicated software suite, SPC is at the forefront of modern intrusion detection. The Aperio wireless access control portfolio and the ACT5 and ACT10 digital keypads are also part of an extensive range supplied by Nimans.


Vanderbilt delivers a broad security product portfolio and outstanding customer support based on core values of agility, adaptability and dependability”, says Camilla Kirkham, Director of Sales for Security and AV at Nimans.“Access Control should not be difficult or time-consuming to install and use, and this is the ethos especially behind the company’s ACT system which is simple to install and maintain, regardless of access control experience. Fast to install and straightforward to set-up and quote, ACT removes the complexity from access control and allows installers to get more done, more easily, and in less time. We are delighted to offer our customers market-leading products from Vanderbilt that puts them at the cutting edge of access control and intruder opportunities.