Loss prevention professionals as well as those who aspire to work in loss prevention in the United States and Canada can apply for Vector Security’s annual Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) scholarship program now through March 31, 2020.
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania (JA of Western PA) today celebrated the grand opening and first student visit to JA BizTown, a fully interactive, true-to-life simulation that recreates the day-to-day functions of thriving communities. Vector Security was one of more than two dozen top regional businesses that have come together and invested millions to create this powerful experience that will inspire students to dream big and reach their full potential.
In his new role, Ritter is responsible for ADS human resources, IT, acquisitions and customer support. He also leads the integration process working with leaders from Vector Security and ADS, as they evaluate the processes and systems that will take the company into the future.
The Cumberland County and Fayetteville, North Carolina Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) are the latest agencies to implement Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP), technology that automates communication between alarm monitoring central stations and PSAPs/911 centers, resulting in faster, more accurate emergency responses for users of monitored alarms.
For the first time in 26 years, Vector Security®, Pittsburgh, is refreshing its brand strategy to highlight the overall customer experience and position the company as a leading provider of security and security-related solutions tailored to customer needs and business objectives.
Vector Security Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa., announced that it entered into a strategic marketing relationship with Spacenet Inc., McLean, Va., to make managed network services available to Vector Security’s national accounts and commercial customers, and introduce Spacenet’s customers to the wide array of interactive security products and services available from Vector Security.
With the 20th anniversary of the inception of Vector Security’s National Accounts Division approaching, the division commemorated this milestone with a move into a new, greatly expanded National Service Center located in Northern Virginia. The facility was designed from the ground floor up to serve Vector’s growing list of national customers, which today numbers 44,000 locations throughout North America.
Pittsburgh-based Vector Security Inc. today announced the completion of a new credit facility valued at $225 million, which includes $75 million in new financing, to help fuel the company’s future growth.