PSA Security Network Launches Business Solutions for Systems Integrators
WESTMINSTER, Colo. — To help integrators enhance their businesses, PSA Security Network has launched PSA Business Solutions, a suite of value-added resources.
“We want to be a valued partner in the physical security industry,” PSA Marketing Coordinator Krista Ferndelli says. “We want to be looked at as a source of helpful information and tools, not just a distributor of cameras and card readers. However, we are committed to continuing to do that affordably, too.”
PSA Business Solutions offers programs that provide installing security contractors with discounts on office and business supplies, as well as access to software and Web site applications. The program also offers resources, such as Integrator Support, project financing and more that business owners can implement.
Security professionals can tailor each solution to fit their business, according to PSA Security Network President and CEO Bill Bozeman.
“The solutions enhance integrators’ business models, reducing their operating costs, and keeping their businesses competitive in the marketplace,” he says.
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