New England Integrator CGL Technologies Joins Security-Net
The addition of CGL Technologies marks the fourth new member company for Security-Net within the past month.
EXTON, Penn. — Security-Net, a network of security system integrators, announces CGL Technologies will join its membership under the leadership of newly appointed principal, Christopher Wetzel.
The addition of CGL Technologies marks the fourth new member company for Security-Net within the past month, bringing its total number of member companies to 19.
CGL Technologies is a systems integrator based in Westwood, Mass., recognized for providing integrated security solutions to many large facilities in greater New England, including universities, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies which require state-of-the-art security measures.
Wetzel was a longtime member of Security-Net but left the membership organization 18 months ago. He had been active in Security-Net for 15 years and chaired the product committee, Sales-Net committee and been a member of the executive committee.
“I feel fortunate to be a part of Security-Net and I believe that I have gained an understanding of the value Security-Net brings to the marketplace with the manufacturers, distributors and customers, but most importantly to the Security-Net members themselves,” says Wetzel.
Wetzel explains his goal is to leverage this insight as CGL Technologies moves forward and grows in the Western Pennsylvania and Tri-state area, utilizing best practices and experiences acquired during his 35 years in the business.
CGL Technologies has set its sights on expanding its footprint. The firm specializes in the design, delivery and service of electronic access control, IP video, intercom and intrusion detection systems that cater to commercial and large residential markets.
“Our growing membership represents exciting strides for our organization and CGL is an excellent addition as a company with an impressive track record and an industry leader in security integration,” says John Krumme, a member Security-Net and chairman and CEO of Cam-Dex Security Corp.
Wetzel says he looks forward to collaborating with other Security-Net members on managed services offerings to better utilize cloud technology and developments in artificial intelligence and enabling integrators to successfully confront the growing DIY movement in security.
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