Push to Sell Ness CCTV Gear

Written by Oonagh Reidy     08/11/2012 | 01:02 | Category: SECURITY & INTERCOMS

Push to supply Ness gear.

Push to Sell Ness CCTV Gear


Push Controls and alarm maker Ness have entered into a distribution partnership, announced today.

Melbourne-based system developer Push Controls will offer its dealers Ness D8/D16, M1 security panels and accessories including Ness IP cameras, IP intercoms, and DVRs.

Ness will also stop selling its Genie system to become a reseller of  Push's PC4 and PC1 control systems.

The deal with Ness Corp. a leading supplier of security alarms and CCTV products, will expose both companies to new segments of the Australian home automation industry, Push said in a statement today.

The new partnership took place from November 1.

"The partnership between Ness and Push is truly exciting," said Push Controls managing director Ben Green, said.

"Combining our companies' resources will result in a powerful offering that positions our brands in direct competition with the likes of Control4, RTI and HAI.

"For the first time ever we are capable of offering a total control solution that is scalable and offers the latest features that industry and customers are demanding. Push Controls has worked closely with Ness on a suite of security packages that will introduce audio visual and integration specialists to easy-to-sell and install solutions," Ben said.

Push will soon be launching Environexus - a retrofit lighting, energy management and climate control solution that will cover every aspect of home automation.

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