1st Response Security Becomes Honeywell Authorized Dealer
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – 1st Response Security has joined the Honeywell Authorized Dealer for commercial security systems (CSS) program.
Founded in 2004, the Little Rock, Ark.-based company provides security systems, video monitoring, access control systems, and automation services. The firm also offers central vacuum, home theatre, data cabling and A/V installations for homes and businesses
“We strive to provide tailored solutions that meet our customer’s individual needs, through educated system design, quality system installation and superior customer service,” 1st Response Security Manager Jeff Marshall says.
As an authorized dealer, 1st Response Security has access to customized marketing reports, sales and technical training opportunities through Honeywell. The program will also provide design, installation and support services for the integrator.
“Joining Honeywell’s CSS dealer program gives us access to a large portfolio of advanced technology options that will help us continue to meet and exceed our customer’s expectations,” Marshall says.
For more information about the Honeywell Authorized Dealer program, visit security.honeywell.com.
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