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Alarm Companies: Find What Makes You Unique and Market it

To make your alarm company stand out, find your unique selling point by evaluating what you do best. Then make sure everyone that comes across your business understands that unique quality.

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SSI Staff · August 31, 2006

End users, particularly at the corporate security director/manager level, continue to better understand, embrace and demand advanced technological solutions ... By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2006

Just as with many gaming environments, Lincoln Park, a casino and racetrack (“racino”) just outside of Providence, R.I., has always placed a high value on security. Four years ago, to meet the regulations of the state’s lottery commission, the racino moved from using VCR tapes to a fully digital video management system (DVMS) ... August 31, 2006

One of the themes behind “Enterprising Solutions” is our focus on “real world” scenarios. Few of these hit closer to home ... August 31, 2006

Panasonic System Solutions (PSSA) has recently launched several initiatives that are noteworthy for installing security contractors ... August 31, 2006

Schneider Electric, parent company of TAC, announces the acquisition of Invensys Building Systems (IBS), a division of Invensys Controls, for $296 million ... August 31, 2006

Security Sales & Integration magazine is putting out the call for entries to the 12th Annual SAMMY Awards ... August 31, 2006

The 2007 Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) award program is accepting entries through Dec. 31 ... August 31, 2006

Different industries manage their businesses differently. This could depend on how many middlemen an industry uses since manufacturers might be unaware of what users really want. It might depend on the importance of marketing in an industry where engineering has always been the primary contributor. August 31, 2006

Much like other days that will live on in infamy, most people remember where they were and what they were doing on Sept. 11, 2001. It’s hard to believe five years have passed since I sat transfixed in front of my TV — heartsick, frightened and enraged — watching the World Trade Center tragedy unfold. Like most Americans, it forever changed my view of national security. By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2006


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