Parallel Technologies, a nationwide provider of intelligent building solutions, has recently partnered with a large Minnesota county to help improve and streamline their building security and technology needs.

“We are very excited to be a part of this collaborative project in working alongside Hennepin County,” said Parallel Technologies CEO and President, Dale Klein. “We’ve had a great working relationship with Hennepin County and we are committed to helping them meet their security objectives. We look forward to working with their team in providing them with the best building safety solutions for their people and facilities.”

Hennepin County is the most populous county in Minnesota, with more than one in five Minnesotans living in Hennepin County. Its county seat is Minneapolis and is the state’s most populous city.

“It is our goal to empower people through intelligent building solutions, especially with government entities and municipalities. This project will specifically improve and replace card access controls, implement an intelligently designed video surveillance system, and install cabling in over 117 buildings throughout the county. We’re extremely excited to be partnering with such a great group for this project,” said Parallel Technologies Director of Sales and Marketing, Mark Bonde.

About Parallel Technologies:

A nationwide leader of intelligent building solutions, Parallel Technologies was founded in 1983 and offers intelligent building solutions with a national presence, serving industries such as the education sector, data centers, office buildings and corporate campuses, hospital and healthcare, and the industrial industry. Parallel Technologies was named to the Star Tribune’s list of the “Top Workplaces in Minnesota” in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Parallel Technologies also received recognition from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal as a “Fast 50 Growing Private Companies” in 2007, 2013 and 2015. Privately held, Parallel employs more than 150 team members and is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn. with an office in Omaha, Neb.