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Niscayah signs security service agreement with the Empire State Building
|Empire State Building|
Swedish security integrator Niscayah has announced it has signed a five-year service agreement with the Empire State Building located in New York City.
The agreement covers the maintenance of all security systems, system software updates and system planned maintenance. Niscayah is also tasked with presenting new products and solutions to the Empire State Building’s management team.
“The Empire State Building is a true international icon and the world’s most famous office building, and we are very proud to have been chosen as a security service provider,” said Marty Guay, Niscayah’s Country President for the U.S.
"Niscayah impressed us with their capabilities in security solutions and services,” said Edward Levy, director of security at the Empire State Building, according to a press release issued by Niscayah on May 27. “We chose Niscayah after reviewing their qualifications, service experience, and recommendations from existing customers.”
“We are firmly committed to working with the Empire State Building,” said Håkan Kirstein, CEO of Niscayah Group. “Our aim remains the same: we will always strive for providing the best security solutions and services to the U.S. market and to our other markets around the world."