IP is at the centre of all of our solutions and we have extensive knowledge and expertise to ensure that your communication rooms, datacentres and premises are monitored and controlled at all levels.
Our customers include many blue-chip organisations, educational and government establishments throughout the UK. We have an eye for detail and take great pride in the quality of our workmanship – providing you with the most appropriate, well designed and installed system is always our highest priority. Needless to say that recommendation is our biggest selling tool!
Should you require any of our services with a lower initial investment we can offer fully hosted systems that include:
- Server Room, Data Centre and Communication Room Monitoring Services
- Power Monitoring and Management Systems
Our office is based in the Midlands and includes a full demonstration facility of the products and services that we can provide.
We partner with a number of leading manufacturers and constantly review the latest technologies and products on offer to ensure that we provide the best solutions to our customers.
“I just wanted to say what an excellent job your engineer has done so far at the college. He’s a pleasure to work with and fully deserves our thanks.”
Neil Thurston, Assistant Facilities Manager
Bournville College, Birmingham
“We have found their staff to be both extremely highly skilled and responsive to any issues that may have arisen.”
Andy Sharpe, IT
Leicester City Council
“The engineering and support skills that Ecl-ips provide have been key in providing IP monitoring services within our buildings and comms rooms.”
Simon Holmes, Network Operations Manager
“Thanks to Aaron and the team at Ecl-ips for sorting out our customers CCTV problem, where others tried and failed!!! You are now our first port of call for all our CCTV and security.”
MD Enterprise Electrical Services Ltd
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By providing continuous support on and off site Darren and his team ensure your journey with Ecl-ips is outstanding.
Technical-minded Steve enjoys tinkering with gadgets and finding out how stuff works. He uses this enthusiasm to develop the best solutions for our customers.
David has an extensive background in IT and AV. David is passionate, has a methodical approach and takes pride in everything he does, ensuring that the customer is at the heart of all his decisions.
Adrian is a CCTV/access control engineer with a wide and expansive background in IT network and communications systems.
Business Support Co-Ordinator
Providing business operations support to ensure we deliver service excellence to our customers, Angela is passionate about her role within the company and always strives to exceed customer expectation.
Sales and Marketing Executive
Aiming to exceed our customers expectations on their Ecl-ips journey.
Digital Marketing Executive
Karen is helping to promote Ecl-ips so more businesses choose us for their security and real-time monitoring needs.
Why you can trust us
National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Gold Accreditation
Providing a high standard of customer service has always been a priority for Ecl-ips and to demonstrate this commitment we have achieved NSI Gold status. This means that we comply with industry specific standards and are subject to independent regular audit by the NSI to monitor our continuing compliance with those standards. The NSI said this is as demanding as any approval in the security and fire sectors in which it operates, and is recognised by industry, the police, fire and rescue services, insurers, and other stakeholders.
ISO 9001 Standard
To achieve the NSI Gold acreditation we have to operate a Quality Management System (QMS) which is compliant with the BS EN ISO 9001:2015 Standard. The British Standards Institution (BSI) believes the ISO 9001 quality management system helps companies to continually monitor and manage quality across their businesses so we can identify areas for improvement. The NSI Gold Approval, means our QMS is tuned to the specific needs of the security sector in which we operate.
CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) Accredited
To demonstrate its commitment to high health and safety standards Ecl-ips holds the respected CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) accreditation. Our certification proves that we have demonstrated compliance with the CHAS standards which are in line with UK Health and Safety regulations and the Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) core criteria. The CHAS accreditation also shows that Ecl-ips has complied with the Construction (Design and Management) (CDM) Regulations 2015, which are governed by the UK’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE). If you want to search for high quality suppliers like us you can join CHAS for free.
Safecontractor Approved since 2015
Being SafeContractor accredited means we are on an approved list of contractors who are Health & Safety accredited, reducing the risks to our customers. The accreditation demonstrates that our health and safety documentation is up to date and meets recognised industry standards. This seal of approval from SafeContractor, which is run by the Alcumus Group, means we join 3,000 other contractors that are part of the accreditation scheme. Businesses who want to use our services are able to find us as part of their membership of its Contractor Management System.
We are Constructionline Approved meaning we appear on its lists of vetted suppliers for construction buyers. Through our membership we gain access to a wide range of procurement contracts and projects while potential buyers gain access to a validated pool of high quality suppliers. Constructionline encourages the use of PAS 91, a standardised prequalification questionnaire which is designed to reduce the need for suppliers to complete a variety of different documents for different clients, simplifying the process for suppliers. Developed by the British Standards Institute (BSI), the question set has been commissioned by Government and is a recommended common minimum standard for construction procurement.
ECS Card Holders
Our engineers have received the the appropriate training and qualifications for the job they do on site meeting the standards of the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) which is the sole ID and competence card scheme for electrotechnical operatives in the UK and is recognised and endorsed by the industry. Their ECS cards prove their qualification status, main electrical occupation, identity, health and safety awareness, as well as any additional disciplines in which they are skilled to work.
The ECS is a partner of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) and covers not just core electrotechnical occupations, but specialised industries such as building controls, data communications, highway electrical and fire & security.
IASME Governance Standard Certified
The IASME Governance Standard was developed over several years during a government-funded project to create a cyber security standard which would be an affordable and achievable alternative to the international standard, ISO 27001. It allows small businesses, like Ecl-ips, to demonstrate their level of cyber security and shows they are taking good steps to properly protect their customers’ information and thus are meeting the latest data protection rules as required by the GDPR. We completed the Standard via a self-assessment process completed by our Senior Engineer, Stephen Gilbert.
Gate Safe Supporter
Ecl-ips provides access control systems for automated gates. However, we are aware that automated gates can become a safety hazard which is why we support the work of GateSafe. This charity was set up in 2010 following the tragic deaths of two children crushed by automated gates in separate accidents. As a GateSafe supporter we would always recommend that you choose an accredited installer for supply and installation and that once installed you ensure continuing good maintenance of your gates.
Member of the TISK Report
The TISK Report is the World’s largest Open Data platform committed to ending corruption, supply chain labour abuses and modern slavery, joining up Transparency In Supply Chains (TISC) reporting globally. As an open data initiative, it meets the compliance requirements of section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.