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Safeture extends partnership with SPS

Posted 7 September 2020 · Add Comment

Safeture AB announced today that it has signed a three-year partnership extension with independent security and risk management consultancy, Special Projects and Services Limited (SPS), which is headquartered in Hereford, UK.



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The partnership provides a joining of services where clients can continue benefiting from leading technology powered by Safeture AB, with the option of incorporating physical monitoring and response services from SPS. This provides our clients with the added value of direct access to the SPS Global Response Centre, management of the Safeture platform, pro-active monitoring, incident management, a virtual crisis room, and as a Lloyds of London approved evacuation provider, global evacuation capabilities. In the last year, the partnership has earned Safeture $650,000. The partnership began in early 2020 and has been extended to 2026.

“It is fantastic to extend this agreement with SPS as they are truly unique in this field and have already benefited Safeture so much over the past years,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture. “The partnership is also a great way for us to ensure our platform is cutting edge, offering the best tools and world-class services to our global clients.”

“We are excited with our partnership that is already shaking the market, our combined offering allows for two market leaders to come together and provide unified enterprise-wide risk management and evacuation product,” said Simon Sawyer, Chief Operating Officer at SPS. “The ‘work from home’ feature is unique, and I believe when business travel resumes, it’s likely organisations will have a concentrated focus on mitigating any potential travel risks with a trusted solution.”
 

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