Real Time Networks opens new offices overseas to support increasing demand for key control systems in the UK.
Vancouver, BC: Real Time Networks (formerly known as Key Tracer Systems Inc.), a leading provider of key management and asset management solutions, announced today that the company will be opening a corporate office in the United Kingdom before the end of the year. A local presence will put Real Time Networks in a stronger position to serve their existing customer base overseas, and to meet increasing demand for physical security solutions, which aligns with the company’s short term growth and expansion strategy.
Mike French, CEO at Real Time Networks, states: “The UK is a mature market for physical security solutions, with many industries using legacy key control systems. We’ve experienced an increasing demand in the UK for key and asset control systems that offer the latest tracking technologies, lower cost of ownership, easier maintenance, and a high level of customization, which many legacy systems cannot offer today.”
KeyTracer's RFID key control systems are fully customizable, both on the hardware and key cabinet side, and the key management software side with a range of features integrations available to build a bespoke system. Real Time Networks is capable of meeting the increasing demand for high security, robust and customized solutions. Furthermore, RFID key tracking technology is the most reliable and accurate solution on the market today, and requires zero maintenance to maintain a high level of accuracy.
Real Time Networks' new office will be fully operational before the end of the year. Having a local presence and expertise will allow Real Time Networks to better support existing client relationships in the UK, and grow their market share by providing local sales and customer support, project management, installation and training services.
Vice President of Marketing Jay oversees marketing and strategic partnerships at Real Time Networks and has over three decades of experience in leadership roles in the financial services and technology industries.