CPI Security has found that doing all functions in-house is the key to providing a first-class employee experience, staying on top of the latest technologies and keeping customers happy and engaged — all of which drive growth.
Gone are the days when emergency communication just meant going to a fire panel and making an announcement over the public address system. With today’s technology options, why not take advantage of all the possibilities?
The wholesale central station business is a multi-faceted one, and companies in this business are keen on innovation, adding new capabilities every year. A few commonalities emerged as we spoke with central stations for this year’s annual roundup of wholesale monitoring.
The explosive growth in the installation of IP-enabled devices for both residential and commercial customers continues with no end in sight. From smart thermostats to “connected” exercise bikes, just about everything in a home or business is getting hooked up for monitoring and control
By the time you’re reading this, your company has completed its strategic planning — or, at least, planning is in discussion — and objectives are being defined for 2020. Business goals typically revolve around new opportunities, growth, revenue and profit.
I’ve been doing some marketing work for cannabis companies, including one that is considered a market leader. This company is the dominant player and set the benchmark against which all others are compared.
A recent action was filed in the United States District Court of Nevada where the plaintiff, owner of a building, entered into a contract with the defendant alarm company’s predecessor for security services at the building, including monitoring alarms and dispatching responses to alarms. The contract was apparently subsequently assigned to the defendant alarm company.
Aiphone Corp., an international manufacturer of intercom and security communication products, now has a mobile app available to new and existing installations of the GT Series multi-tenant video intercom.
Viking Electronics, a manufacturer of security and communications products, has filled its YouTube channel with a variety of educational and training content for customers, distributors and installers of all experience levels.
Businesses of all kinds depend on sensitive electronic systems to protect the safety and security of their customers, visitors, and staff. They depend on a variety of security systems including access control, video surveillance, identity and visitor management, and many more. It’s a proven fact that all these electronic systems last longer and are more reliable when they are protected against the damaging effects of power surges and spikes. Given that fact, why do only a tiny fraction of new installations — often less than 5 percent — incorporate this important protection?