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Cortech Developments’ main software product, Datalog 5, now offers full integration with ACTpro Enterprise software designed by access control provider ACT.

The partnership between Cortech and ACT will provide end users with an added value solution that optimises security across large estates incorporating multiple sites and buildings.

Jason Blundell (Head of Sales at Cortech Developments) said: “The ACT collaboration demonstrates how interoperable systems mitigate risk, provide sustainable cost reduction, improve efficiency and deliver greater situational awareness.”

ACT and Cortech are achieving interoperability that provides cause and effect across an unusually wide range of building systems through data merging.

James Mc Alister of ACT said: “The alliance with Cortech is another example of constituent parts of facility management coming together.  We’re committed to wide-ranging data solutions so working with a leading SMS provider was a logical step.  ACT now offers a broader suite that can be used on complex and multiple sites.”

Both Cortech Developments and ACT operate across sectors including education, healthcare, retail, utilities, transportation and government with a particular focus on high-security environments and CNI.  Cortech solutions are deployed in 27 countries and ACT exports to over 40 countries.