Survey Respondents Win iPads for Participation
TORRANCE, Calif. — Congratulations are in order for three individuals who will each receive an iPad 2 tablet for participating in the 2012 Electronic Security Products Survey. SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION would like to give special thanks to Sandra Jones and Co. for providing the prizes.
Survey respondents were automatically entered into a random drawing for the iPad 2 prizes following completion of the survey. The recipients are:
- David Burdine of Burdine Security Group (Lexington, Ky.)
- Scott Joyal of Dunbar Security (Bridgeport, Conn.)
- David Galloway of Tritech Association (Voorhees, N.J.)
More than 340 participants contributed responses to the 2012 Electronic Security Products Survey, providing market information on security product distribution.
“The ESP Survey was done to better understand how dealers and integrators currently use distribution and plan to use distribution,” says Sandy Jones, principal of Sandra Jones and Co. “As one of the first distributors in the industry (1975) it has been many years since I explored and learned how the channel and the relationship has changed. Today there are more distributors, more options and more collaboration between dealers, integrators, distributors and manufacturers. The more efficient the channel the more profitable each operates and ultimately a better result provided to end-users.”
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