Red Hawk Fire & Security Extends Rebranding With New Web Site
BOCA RATON, Fla. — As part of a continued effort to develop a more robust online presence, systems integrator Red Hawk Fire & Security has redesigned its Web site.
The new site features enhanced navigation to guide visitors to specific solutions, such as fire detection and suppression, security systems and services, monitoring, and managed services. Additionally, the firm has created a social media presence, including a blog, LinkedIn profile, Facebook page and Twitter feed and more.
“The new Red Hawk Fire & Security Web site is an important way to communicate the power our team’s expertise brings to commercial customers in financial services, government, healthcare, education and retail,” says Dean Seavers, Red Hawk President and CEO.
The Web site redesign is the latest rebranding effort by the company, which was purchased by private equity firm Comvest Investment Partners last year after UTC Climate, Controls and Security sold its U.S. fire and security operations.
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