ESA Announces 2014 Executive Strategic Partners
The Electronic Security Association (ESA) recently announced Platinum, Gold and Silver level Executive Strategic Partners for 2014. ESA established the program, which is only available to ESA associate members, in 2008 to provide the funding to support ESA programs that promote and enhance the industry.
Honeywell Security has returned as the exclusive Platinum-level Executive Strategic Partner for the 2014 calendar year. As a Platinum-level partner, Honeywell Security will gain exposure to thousands of qualified prospects and top decision makers through print and electronic media, at ESA events and through the ESA website.
“Honeywell is pleased to continue our support of the important work of ESA and once again be the Platinum-level Executive Strategic Partner in 2014,” said Scott Harkins, president and general manager of Honeywell Security Products Americas.
Axis Communications, Telguard and Tri-Ed Distribution agreed to support as Gold-level Executive Strategic Partners for 2014. ESA President John Knox said the participation of all three companies as Gold-level ESPs underscores their commitment to the association and to the industry.
“We are honored that each of these industry-leading companies has decided to support ESA through the ESP program,” Knox said. “Their belief in our members and our mission is what makes us proud to continue our relationship with them in the coming year.”
In addition, ESA announced that three of the industry’s most well-known and recognized companies — ADI, Altronix and Security America — renewed their support for the association in 2014 as Silver-Level Executive Strategic Partners.
“We greatly appreciate the important work of the ESA to help ensure the continued prosperity of the professional security industry into the future,” said Alex Forman, president of Brooklyn, N.Y.-based low-voltage electronic components provider Altronix. “The activities of the ESA result in many benefits for its members and security professionals across our industry.”