Security-Net Newest Member of Tyco’s National Accounts Program
WESTFORD, Mass. — Security-Net, a network of independent systems integrators, has been recognized as a national accounts provider by Tyco Security Products. The status will allow Security-Net to offer Tyco brands, including Software House and American Dynamics, in its technology portfolio.
“We are very pleased to have been recognized as a national accounts provider by Tyco Security Products,” says Tom Asp, president, Security-Net. “Their reputation of providing outstanding enterprise-level surveillance and access control technology will enable us to equip our global customers with proven, leading-edge security solutions.”
Additionally, the network will provide organizations with customized security consultation services and standardized pricing for technology and services as part of the relationship. Security-Net’s 18 member companies represent more than 1,200 employees and more than 50 offices around the globe, with combined revenues in excess of $340 million.
“Security-Net’s entrepreneurial spirit of independent business, combined with its global capabilities in security sales, service and support, make the group an ideal partner for Tyco Security Products,” says Jim Kelly, vice president of Americas Sales, Tyco Security Products. “We are proud to support Security-Net in offering our ever-expanding portfolio of integrated solutions in access control and video to customers around the world.”
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