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STOPware Establishes Partnership with Matrix Systems

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LAS VEGAS, NV-STOPware announced their partnership with Matrix Systems at ISC West 2007. As part of the agreement, STOPware will integrate Matrix Systems' Frontier Access Control and Alarm Monitoring Software with their line of visitor management solutions. The partnership will allow STOPware to enhance its current visitor management offerings and provide a new level of market penetration.

"STOPware is dedicated to developing technology that enables clients to effectively manage pedestrian traffic and status in their facilities," said Paul Terschuren, VP sales and marketing, STOPware. "Partnering with Matrix Systems allows us to expand the scope of our visitor management solutions by seamlessly integrating with Matrix Systems' industry-proven access control and monitoring solutions."

The Matrix Frontier Access Control and Alarm Monitoring System provides real-time monitoring and control of both access doors and specified alarm points. It is scalable from a single system to a network of hundreds, with enterprise-class, central administration. With the addition of STOPware to their product portfolio, Matrix Systems will be able to extend their offering to include visitor management for its wide spectrum of customers.

Matrix Systems...www.matrixsys.com

STOPware...www.stopware.com

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