Our industry seems to continually experience a kind of ebb and flow when it comes to dealer programs. We have seen periods during which independent installing contractors are presented with many programs stemming from manufacturers central stations, finance companies, acquisition companies and a variety of full-service alarm companies
By Peter Giacalone · October 31, 2009
Panasonic System Solutions Co. is offering its i-Pro Certified Reseller Program to promote education and training to resellers that enable them to design, implement and support new installations in the IP security market.
August 25, 2009
Wholesale distributors have long provided value-add services and training to their dealer-integrator clientele, but nowadays the programs are more necessary than ever. With networked technologies perpetually shifting the electronic security landscape, a distribution partnership can mean the difference between thriving or not.
By Rodney Bosch · April 30, 2009
Vector Security has acquired Washington, D.C.-based Cain Security and in doing so takes possession ...
November 30, 2008
The agreement focuses on the hybrid systems that offer analog and IP video, cameras, IP technologies and video analytics.
May 21, 2008
The partnership enables VOXCOM to distribute iControl’s Web-based Home Security 2.0 solutions, providing Web, mobile and in-home monitoring services through its retail channels and wholesale dealer networks.
February 13, 2008
AvaLAN Wireless has established new relationships with three North American and nine international distributors to expand the availability of its products, bringing the total number of the company's North American distributors to 15.
January 15, 2008
Integrators can now contact the distributor for Sony's IP video surveillance products.
December 18, 2006
The distributor will handle Panasonic's new i-Pro Series of IP video systems.
April 10, 2006
Today’s distributors provide educational opportunities, a greatly expanded inventory, more online technical help, extended terms and more experienced counterpersons. This helps security dealers and systems integrators expand their product offerings, do a better job on the installation, and make better use of their products.
November 30, 2005