Don’t miss Convergint Technologies’ CEO, Dan Moceri, as he presents his views on the convergence of physical security, building automation and information technology systems at ISC West. Moceri is co-founder of Convergint, based in Schaumburg, Ill., a $150 million dollar company with 600 colleagues in 20 locations serving such clients as Boeing, Capital One, Microsoft and Chevron.
Moceri will be part of an expert panel that explores the challenges and benefits of converged building systems, “Uniting Building and Network Access.” The panel is scheduled for Wednesday, April 2, at 11 a.m.
Moceri’s 30 years of experience in the electronic security, fire alarm and life safety, and building automation industry qualify him as an expert to discuss the factors driving demand for convergence.
“Executives responsible for security and IT are challenged with integrating their organizations’ physical and technological systems that protect people, property and data,” says Moceri. “Solving their building automation needs has become increasingly complex because modern security systems rely heavily on the IT network. Traditionally, these systems and their respective staffs, strategies and budgets were separate. Today, they have to be merged to be effective.”
The ISC West panel will explore how organizations can implement converged security solutions that are scalable, cost effective and resilient against downtime. “The demand for convergence is accelerating as executives require IP-based security systems that remain highly available – downtime just isn’t an option,” Moceri states.
Convergint Technologies was founded on a set of 10 values and beliefs that drive the company’s culture and set the industry standard for customer satisfaction. In 2007 Convergint was named the security industry’s “Systems Integrator of the Year” by SDM magazine and the fastest growing company in Chicago by Crain’s Chicago Business magazine. To learn more visit