Stone Security announced the opening of a Global Technology Center at its headquarters in Las Vegas. An official unveiling will be hosted during the week of ISC West, March 28-31. 

Stone Security is a provider of professional, enterprise class, physical security solutions. The security integrator defines its approach to design and deployment as: open platform, industry leading and partnership driven. 

“Stone’s new Global Technology Center should tell our clients and partners that we are serious about our future. We want to test, integrate and master the best tech in the industry,” said CEO Brent Edmunds. “We also want to demo the solutions to clients in a modern, comfortable environment that is easily accessible to everyone that knows how to catch a flight to and book a hotel in Las Vegas.” 

Edmunds continues, “We want to host the best clients from around the country and world in the most advanced integrator led technology center in the industry. We believe in our technology partners, and we want to show them off.” 

The new facility opening follows many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including: 

  • 2022 Milestone Partner of the Year - West
  • 2022 Axis Communications Cities Partner of the Year
  • 2022 Recognized as one of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies by Inc. 5000
  • 2022 Awarded Utah Business Fast 50 

Andy Schreyer, chief sales & marketing officer at Stone Security, explained the company designed the new Global Technology Center with its customers in mind to provide a more hands-on experience as they research technology. 

“We wanted an easy location for travel, allowing us to host clients from all over the world. With large training and event spaces, we can host gatherings for continuing education and with our manufacturing partners’ help we will have the most advanced elements of security solutions for demonstration and testing,” Schreyer added.

Stone Security placed No. 16 in the 2022 SDM Top Systems Integrators Report, which ranks companies by North American revenue from security systems integration projects (excluding RMR), the largest U.S. firms that contract electronic security projects for commercial, industrial, institutional, government, and other non-residential markets.