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20th SAMMY Awards Finalists Revealed

Security Sales & Integration announces the finalists for the 20th annual SAMMY (Sales & Marketing) Awards. Stanley Security leads with seven nominations.


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The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has awarded Stan Oppenheim, president of DGA Security Systems Inc., with the ... November 30, 2008

Psst. Hey, you! Yeah, you. That’s right. Think you’re such hot stuff, that you’re better than the rest, superior to all the competitors? ... By Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2008

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In the time since the inaugural SAMMY Award prize was bestowed one evening in 1995, a select few companies have distinguished themselves as perennial finalists, while fewer still have taken home multiple trophies in the same year. But only one company can tout itself as victor of the rigorous ... By Rodney Bosch · May 31, 2008

The SAMMY Awards were in full swing at the Venetian in Las Vegas this year with seven companies splitting the wares in a dozen categories. Those that clinched a trophy and earned bragging rights are at the forefront of a wave of marketing trends in which the focus is placed squarely on exceptional customer service, and the use of ... May 31, 2008

Launched little more than a half-decade ago, Beltsville, Md.-based ASG Security has wasted little time becoming one of the industry’s largest installing security systems providers. Expected to grow more than 30 percent for the fifth year in a row, ASG projects 2008 revenues will top $87 million. Much of this success can be attributed to an obsessive dedication to deliver premium customer service, and an inspired marketing plan ... By Scott Goldfine · May 31, 2008

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