Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Three Israeli business wins

These happen literally every day:

With the help of Israeli technology, the Louvre Museum in Paris will stay secure. Synel, an Israeli subsidiary company based in France has just been awarded a large contract at the Louvre Museum.

As part of the major project, Synel France was contracted to install a comprehensive system for security access control combined with electronic attendance. The deal is estimated to reach millions of shekels within several years.
International communications giant British Telecom has chosen Israel's Cyber-Ark Software to monitor and secure its privileged accounts, Yedioth Ahronoth reported. The deal is estimated at several million shekels.

As a large communications services company, providing a range of products to a vast number of business and consumer customers, BT’s infrastructure is complex and broad – covering numerous business units and many geographical regions. BT required a single solution, standardized across the global organization that could easily scale, as required.

This solution needed to complement BT’s existing security services, providing its rapidly expanding customer base with proven privileged access management.
Fattal Hotel Management Ltd. is expanding its European operations, with the signing of a contract to manage two hotels in Austria and Switzerland.

"It is with great pride that we see the Israeli flag flying over two more hotels in Europe. We have succeeded in creating a strong brand in Europe within just a few years, and we expect to have 60 hotels in Europe within three years, and 100 hotels in the Fattal chain altogether," Fattal Hotel Management CEO David Fattal said.