Alarm Lock, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, introduced AirAccess, a unique access control system as a service (ACaaS) designed to help locksmiths, security dealers and integrators build business and RMR-generating accounts faster than ever, purposefully sized for small and medium-sized businesses.
This new offering provides commercial customers with affordable access to professional body camera services, which improve staff safety and accountability, trigger immediate response and provide valuable evidence, all while protecting assets and keeping communities safe.
After canceling the 2020 conference and delivering a portion of the conference online, ESX — sponsored by the Electronic Security Association (ESA) — made a triumphant return in a fully virtual format, presenting education sessions and panels June 15-17.
After more than a year without in-person events, PSA TEC 2021 was hosted as a hybrid event last week, May 3-6, with around 200 people coming to the Sheraton in downtown Denver, Colo., and more tuning in online.
EXPANDING REVENUE STREAMS and increasing profitability are never ending battles for security integrators. Adapting your offerings to capitalize on emerging technologies that serve critical needs — without falling for flash-in-the-pan trends that quickly fade — is one of the surest ways to boost your bottom line and ensure business survival for the long haul.
The Wave Wisenet and Keep by Feenics integration provides a unified monitoring experience for system operators and includes the ability to view live video, review archived video related to alarm activity and export recorded video clips, all from within the Keep Windows App.
The New DICE Corporation is empowering security integration companies with Matrix Integrator, a cloud-based video event monitoring, surveillance and alarm notification suite for any video system, anywhere, at any time.
When security integrators look at 2021 as the year that they hope to grow RMR, remember that being hopeful isn’t a strategy for change and an action plan is needed. IBM and Zoom provide valuable examples to follow.
Like individuals who resolve to lose weight or save more, businesses have resolutions or goals, many of which do not get executed or even incorporated into the upcoming year’s business plan. Just like “I am going to lose weight” needs a resolve to change exercise and eating habits, so too do business objectives require the thoughtful and deliberate strategy to deliver the desired outcome.
This partnership enables alarm dealers to package cybersecurity and identity theft protection when selling alarm systems, adding significant value to the customer, and providing the dealer with an opportunity to increase RMR from both new and existing customers.