Senstar Corp. Receives Intrusion Detection Company of the Year Award
OTTAWA — Senstar Corp., a provider of outdoor perimeter security products, has been named the 2010 North American Company of the Year in the intrusion detection industry by research and consulting firm Frost and Sullivan.
The accolade represents Senstar’s ability to address developing market needs by offering technology and products at competitive prices, and to expand its client partnerships.
“We chose Senstar based on the company’s demonstrated best practices in the intrusion detection market,” says Ankur Jajoo, research analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “Senstar outscored competing companies in all areas including excelling in its growth strategy, high degree of innovation with products and technology, industry leadership in customer value and demonstration for expanding its partnership network.”
In 2011, Senstar will celebrate 30 years of providing products such as volumetric sensors based on radio frequency buried cable, microwave and electrostatic field technologies, an array of fence-mounted acoustic and vibration sensors, among others.
“We believe this award demonstrates Senstar’s success and lessons learned from 30 years of developing and deploying intrusion detection systems worldwide, and in every conceivable climatic condition,” says Brian Rich, president, Senstar Corp.
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