Xentry Systems Integration Joins PSA Security Network
The partnership grants Xentry Systems access to PSA’s purchasing power, resources and technologies of the security industry’s top manufacturers.
As a PSA-aligned integration firm, Xentry will gain access to the organization’s purchasing power and the resources and technologies of today’s largest and most innovative manufacturers, according to a press release.
“We are excited to announce our relationship with PSA and look forward to capitalizing on the benefits of PSA owner-membership for many years,” said John Nemerofsky, President and CEO of Xentry Systems Integration. “
The Miamisburg, Ohio-based Xentry Systems Integration has a broad reach in the Great Lakes region and Southern Florida. Last month, the firm expanded its footprint through its purchase of of Acree Daily.
Xentry, which is a division of Matrix Systems, now accounts for more than 40 highly trained technicians and a service fleet of 30 vans. The firm has built a reputation as a leading electronic systems integrator in its targeted markets of healthcare, education, manufacturing and transportation.
“We are pleased to add Xentry Systems Integration to our network of leading systems integrators,” PSA Security Network President and CEO Bill Bozeman says. “Companies like Xentry that provide enhanced value to end users through the delivery of robust technology solutions and a dedication to customer service are an ideal fit for the PSA organization.”
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