The excellent growth SDM 100 companies had in 2019, followed by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, is like being on the summit without a clear view of the landscape. Dealers are looking to their RMR to carry them through.
This year’s SDM 100 report and rankings show excellent growth for the SDM 100 companies in 2019. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic was just starting to hit as the security industry’s top companies were filling out the 2020 SDM 100 applications; to many of this year’s companies, it is like being on a mountaintop without a clear view of the landscape. Read on to look at this year’s top security companies ranked by recurring monthly revenue, along with their thoughts and projections for what lies ahead.
Now more than ever, people are conscious of the surfaces they touch. When it comes to entering a door, any time you don’t have to touch a handle, it’s a relief. In the access control industry, the word “frictionless” has been a growing trend for a while; now it has even more benefit for end users.
For at least the last couple of years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been one of the biggest trends in the security industry. Offering the ability to “learn” over time, AI provides the technology to anticipate and identify potential issues as they are unfolding.
There’s a technology revolution coming our way that will alter the use of electricity as we know it. It has the potential to disrupt the construction, remodel, retrofit and installation industries. In particular, it will change the game for security companies — not only with their product offerings, but also installation processes and services.
There’s nothing worse than investing money in training a sales rep just to have them leave you for another company. To prevent your best sales reps from taking their talents to another company, you need to AVOID these 10 mistakes at all costs.
“May you live in interesting times.” I’ve been hearing this phrase a lot lately related to the impact of COVID-19 and the resulting shutdowns of schools and businesses. Curious where this phrase comes from, I Googled it.
RfPatrol MKII is a body-worn drone detection device. The device is completely passive (non-emitting), substantially broadening the range of customers to whom the product is lawfully available, and also appealing to use cases requiring the device to be undetectable.
The new Precision Hardware Apex 2110VI series from dormakaba is a code compliant safe egress with visual and directional indicators for faster and more efficient security lockdown designed for high occupancy arenas, including classrooms, auditoriums or gymnasiums.
The Avigilon H5A explosion-protected line of cameras bring the functionality of Avigilon’s video analytics to the explosion-protected camera form factor suitable for hazardous environments such as oil and gas, mining and industrial sites.