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ASBIS signs distribution agreement with BAS-IP

November 07, 2022

ASBIS, BAS-IP, DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

ASBIS signs distribution agreement with BAS-IP

ASBISC Enterprises Plc, a leading Value-Added Distributor, developer and supplier of IT and IoT products, solutions and services in the growing markets of Europe, Middle East and Africa, signed a distribution agreement with BAS-IP to extend ASBIS distribution portfolio with IP intercom and access control systems.

Products will be instantly available in UAE and the gulf region. Later, the cooperation will be spread to other countries of ASBIS Group presence. 

BAS-IP offers high aesthetically and technological solutions for developers who are working in residential and commercial sectors. Being at the forefront of technology advancements, BAS-IP can offer various modern options for user-to-system and user-to-user interactions: face recognition, visitor control, QR-code entrance, mobile apps, and integrations with public address systems. 

“This cooperation will help ASBIS to provide additional services from developers to the end-users creating more value and better user experience. The ability to control the entrance of your home from anywhere using a mobile phone is very valuable. BAS-IP brings the benefits of complex access control solutions to the residential market in a simple and modern way.” – Tim Ganul, business development manager at ASBIS. 

BAS-IP is a UK-registered company with offices in the UK, Hong Kong, Ukraine and Czech Republic. The company has recently opened its second plant in Czech Republic making it closer to customers from the EU. The company can boast a Red Dot “Design Concept 2021” award for its unique product designed for the most demanding users – Obelisk. 

“We are very excited about our partnership with ASBIS,” said Alex Karavaev, a sales director in the Middle East region at BAS-IP. “Now together we will be able to offer the latest developments and technologies in IP intercom to construction companies, installation companies, service companies, and other customers. I am confident that this cooperation will be productive and useful for both companies.”

About BAS-IP

BAS-IP is a British international company founded in 2008. The company focuses on creating and producing digital residential and commercial access systems. BAS-IP operates in 60 countries and has offices in 6 of them. The main focus is the development of high-tech solutions for the security, convenience, and practicality of IP intercom systems. https://bas-ip.com/

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