7 Benefits of Working with Small Access Control Providers

An industry insider gives his reasoning for thinking small companies are better to work with than larger ones.

From large school districts to smaller, single-campus institutions, executives have an obligation to protect their employees, premises and assets, making security a chief concern for everyone.

As a primary element of security, access control has the ability to deliver on these needs, and with a wide variety of providers to choose from, solutions are available at price points that are attractive to every type of institution.

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Among these options are products from large multinational companies, independent security providers who specialize in access control and even off-the-shelf do-it-yourself solutions. There are numerous advantages to all of these, and end users must take a hard look at the ramifications of each. For many institutions, the largest access control providers may not be the ideal choice.

There are a number of areas where small/medium companies are uniquely positioned to outperform larger companies, the top seven of which are outlined in the slideshow.

Now check it out!

Robert Laughlin is the president of Galaxy Control Systems.

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