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Corps Security and HRS Partnership Brings Better Security Services


Monitoring company Corps Security (CS) and biometrics solutions company Human Recognition Systems (HRS) recently announced a joint partnership.

As renowned innovators within their own respective fields, both companies hope to offer their customers and future clients complete security solutions not normally offered by other traditional security firms.

HRS is the leading United Kingdom based company that specializes in biometric solutions while as Corps Security is one of the leading monitoring providers in the market. CS is also a member of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and has been in the business for 150 years. The partnership between Corps Security and Human Recognition Systems will enable both companies to realize their capabilities and put their products to extensive use.

HRS Chief Executive Neil Norman commented “We believe that through combining Human Recognition Systems’ wealth of biometric identity management capabilities with Corps Security’s monitoring expertise our clients will be provided with a truly tailor made security service.”

Both companies can easily integrate their identity management platforms along with the custom alerting methods their customers prefer. Their unique joint offering can range from mobile response guards to specific security hardware such as the installation of closed circuit television cameras which can be operated remotely, and the corresponding audio warnings in case of a security breach.

Both companies are committed to bringing full security solutions to future clients in what is believed to be a long business partnership.

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