Allegion Joins the PSA Security Network Premier Vendor Program
By joining PSA Security Network’s Premier Vendor Program, Allegion is seeking to enhance its relationship with security systems integrators.
The PVP works in conjunction with PSA’s Premier Owner Program, which seeks to enhance the relationship between vendors and integrators.
“Through this program our vendor partners will have the avenue to discuss expectations, how they compare with other vendors partners and ways they can improve their relationship with PSA,” Bill Bozeman, president and CEO of PSA Security Network, says. “By strengthening our relationships with our vendor partners, we can enhance our value to integrators.”
With more than 23 brands sold in more than 120 countries across the globe, Allegion specializes in security around the doorway and beyond: everything from commercial locks, door closer and exit devices, steel doors and frames to access control and workforce productivity systems.
“PSA has been a great customer to Allegion and we are excited to be a PVP partner. We value this partnership and look forward to helping the PSA community in providing the best security for their customers” Allegion National Account Manager Erik Larsen says.
Visit Allegion at TEC 2014 in booth A5 during the exhibit hall on May 7 to learn more about the firm’s solutions.
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