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Genetec opens newest experience center in Washington, D.C.

Genetec opens newest experience center in Washington, D.C.

Genetec opens newest Experience Center in Washington D.C.

MONTRÉAL – Genetec has just opened a new office, as well as the latest and greatest in their state-of-the-art experience centers in Washington, D.C.

Genetec calls it the DCXC, and the experience center showcases the company’s solutions and ecosystem of technology partners. Genetec said the DCXC operates as a fully functioning Security Operation Center (SOC), providing an immersive experience for customers in any industry to see how Genetec solutions can directly enhance their security and operations. Other features at the site include a Learning Center for training, partner meeting spaces, and office space for the Genetec U.S.-based team.

“We look forward to welcoming channel partners, technology partners, and end users to our flagship experience center in the U.S. From the meticulous attention to detail to the full ecosystem of advanced technology, DCXC encompasses our renowned reputation for excellence and innovation,” said Kyle Hurt, area vice president for the U.S. and Canada. “Visitors can explore our solutions and collaborate with our on-site team to discover how Genetec best meets their security and operational goals.”

Situated on the 25th floor, DCXC is accentuated by a 180-degree view of the D.C. skyline overlooking the Potomac River. It, like other experience centers, has been designed by award winning architects renowned for their design planning. 

“With the opening of our experience center in this strategic location, we’re continuing to expand our global footprint to give our channel partners, technology partners, and end users an opportunity to experience first-hand the innovative technology and solutions that Genetec has to offer,” said Michel Chalouhi, VP of global sales, Genetec Inc. “Our global experience centers are designed to give visitors a glimpse of the unique innovation that has set Genetec apart for more than a quarter of a century.”

More information about the DCXC online at


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