Feenics continues to expand its reach globally, adding an office in Beirut, Lebanon and new representative, Nancy Abou Eid.
Abou Eid was one of the first employees of Feenics and an architect of the original Keep by Feenics solution. She will lead the new Middle East location in Beirut and target additional growing areas including Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Abou Eid will also handle sales and regional technical support for Feenics from the Beirut office.
“I’m excited to be an integral part of the Feenics team again,” Abou Eid said. “The Keep solution has progressed dramatically since the company’s start up in 2010, so has acceptance of the cloud for safe and secure access control management. It’s where the future is going and the Middle East region is receptive and open to the advantages of cloud computing.”
As the cloud has become a more comfortable environment for North American users and with many of those customers managing global locations Feenics can now fully support additional customers in the Middle East.
“We have many global customers, which requires us to expand our footprint,” said Sam Shalaby, Chief Executive Office of Feenics. “Nancy hit the ground running and she’s out to make things happen. She was one of our engineers and we had kept the lines of communication open so when the opportunity presented itself, she was perfect for the role. Being successful is about having the right people so you can expand properly. It was an easy transition and opportunity for us to open an office in the Middle East. The location will be a natural extension of our efforts in our home office.”
According to the manufacturer Keep V3 by Feenics provides extreme scalability, unprecedented flexibility and advanced security in a cloud-based ACaaS solution. It integrates native visitor management and a RESTful API that allows systems installers simple integration of a wide array of systems. This additionally opens hardware devices generating new revenue streams whilst creating an opportunity for customers to lower their total cost of system ownership.