Fike Corp. Provides Hands-On Training at New Facility
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo.—Fire/life-safety products provider Fike Corp. has opened a new training facility that will provide distributors and customers hands-on training for Fike Fire Detection and Control products at the company’s Blue Springs, Mo.-based headquarters.
“With this new training room, we are able to show customers exactly what products they are interested in and how those products work together,” says Fike Director of Operations and Technical Services Sean Titus. “In addition, we are also able to demonstrate large scale options and complete functionality that is difficult to show in tabletop demos.”
The training facility is equipped to cover the full line of Fike alarm systems offerings including, CyberCat intelligent control panels, Fike’s new integrated voice evacuation, Precise event management system, and SigniFire video image detection technology.
“We are continuously expanding our technology, offering the most complete solutions to our customers,” says Fike Senior Product Marketing Specialist Kevin Montgomery. “Having the ability to display our systems and obtain feedback on what performs the best allows us to provide better products and service to our customers.”
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