The Azkoyen Group, a Spanish technology multinational based in Navarra, specialising in the design and manufacture of advanced technological solutions, has installed its Primion security system at the Moroccan Ministry of Justice.
Primion, a subsidiary of the Azkoyen Group, is one of the leading suppliers of access control, time recording and security technology in Europe. Also successful beyond the continent, Primion France has designed and completed a project, together with its partner RMS (Resources Management Solutions), at the Moroccan Ministry of Justice, located in the country’s capital, Rabat.
They were responsible for designing and installing a full system for access control, time recording and visitor management at the Ministry. The Primion system has significantly increased security in the area so that, as the organisation intended, both the staff and the many visitors could remain in a protected and safe environment.
Overall, the system manages the data of 20,000 civil servants and includes the following modules: Prime WebTime for time recording, Prime WebAccess for access control and Prime WebManagement for system administration, including a work flow module for validating requests and Prime Visit for managing visitors.
After extensive preliminary negotiations, discussions and debates in which Primion France provided strategic support to its partner RMS, the project was successfully concluded. Philippe Beriou, the Business Unit Manager of Primion France, and Karim Elibrahimi, the Managing Director of RMS, consider this to be the result of a long partnership and an in-depth knowledge of the market.