AWM360, South Africa’s re-certified preferred Kaba partner

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– Marketing Spread

AWM360, a supplier of technology to the Human Capital Management (HCM) workforce and HR markets, has been re-certfied as the premier and preferred system integrator for Kaba AG, a global manufacturer of access control and digital security solutions.

AWM360 has been a long-time supplier of Kaba technology to the Southern Africa market, serving as an exclusive distributor and services partner. Since this partnership was established AWM360 has secured and retained the much-needed certification – recognition and endorsement to meet the technology requirements of Kaba clients.

The company has received certification that confirms its authorisation to design, train, install and maintain Kaba electronic access control and workforce management solutions in South Africa.

This certification also clearly states Kaba’s full support concerning hardware and software deliveries for all installations covering access control and workforce management solutions.

The process has been a tough one says Guenter Nerlich, Managing Director at AWM360 Data Systems, involving employee training online and local training at Kaba Switzerland and Germany.

“We are very pleased to be officially recognised as a critical technology partner to Kaba, an internationally respected and well established technology powerhouse behind global access control and workforce management,” said Nerlich.

He says the certification is a valuable achievement that reinforces the company’s credibility.

“Certification is an acknowledged mechanism to prove to customers that they purchase a trusted and genuine article,” Nerlich continues. “It keeps us ahead of the latest international developments around technology, and assures our customers that they are getting the very best in quality,”

AWM360 believes that the advent of the cloud, big data and mobility has radically changed the HCM and HR markets, with the emphasis on automated realtime processes, data extraction and digitising environments.