PSA Security Network Launches National Accounts Program
PSA Security Network announces the creation of the PSA National Accounts Program for its members and partners.
According to PSA, the program functions as a business model that allows members and partners – regardless of geographic location – to seek out national accounts and share in revenues.
PSA member companies have access to more than 200 manufacturers and can team with certified partners to provide end users with customer service and support.
“National and regional end users now have more choices for integration services than ever before,” says Bill Bozeman, CEO of PSA Security Network. “The National Accounts Program is essential to our future and to opening up new opportunities for our leading security integrator members.”
Beyond “labor only” contracts or projects, program members can pursue business that allows them to provide a turnkey solution for end-user clients, such as purchasing products, site surveys, design-build, project management, and service and warranty contracts.
The program will consist of six key elements: a teaming agreement, subcontract agreement, a revenue-sharing model, rules of engagement, member qualifications and standard units of labor documents.
Members will have access to the PSA Web site to locate other members who possess the necessary expertise, training and capability with which to partner.
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