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10/01/2017

Qognify opens new Corporate HQ in New York

Pearl River, NY

The Blue Hill Plaza was designed with powerful redundancy to support critical organisations such as the once bustling NYNEX stock exchange.

Qognify is opening its new corporate headquarters office in Pearl River, New York. Located in the Blue Hill Plaza complex, the new expanded headquarters is home to corporate management functions and the regional sales team, enabling better support to customers and partners.

Just 20 miles outside of Manhattan, Pearl River in Rockland County is strategically located with convenient access to both New York and New Jersey. Customers and partners will be able to visualise Qognify’s state-of-the-art, situation management platform: Situator 8.0 with its Operational Intelligence Center (OIC); Visionhub, the new intelligent IP video surveillance and security management system, and Qognify’s next-generation real-time video analytics solution- Suspect Search.

The Blue Hill Plaza was designed with powerful redundancy to support critical organisations such as the once bustling NYNEX stock exchange. This was proven during Super Storm Sandy, as it was one of the few buildings in the area that did not lose its power supply. This makes it an ideal location to host customers and partners for demo and training purposes.

“With a close proximity to the metropolitan of New York and its airport network, our new location offers ideal access to customers and partners from the US and around the world.” said Moti Shabtai, President of Qognify. “In this new location, we will have access to top talent to further grow our business in the Americas and oversee the company’s global operation.”


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