Integrators

Read: Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Here’s how four high-level school and healthcare security end users determine the types of technologies they use, as well as how they vet the integrators they hire to install everything.

Read: Survey: Campuses Continue to Embrace Access Control and Lockdown Solutions

Survey: Campuses Continue to Embrace Access Control and Lockdown Solutions

The adoption rate of access control, locks, door hardware and lockdown solutions remains strong, but new challenges are emerging.

UTC Combines Fire & Security, Carrier Units, Appoints New Leadership

Read: Innovations in Intrusion Detection

Innovations in Intrusion Detection

Recent technological advancements are bringing improved intrusion detection and hosted security capabilities to campuses. Helping drive the momentum is remote monitoring, smart sensors and new graphic user interfaces.

Read: Enhancing Hospital Efficiencies, Business Processes With Physical Security

Enhancing Hospital Efficiencies, Business Processes With Physical Security

This medical facility integrated its new access control system to automate its credentialing while ensuring appropriate access levels.

Read: Spotlight on Jersey Shore U. Medical Center’s Security Overhaul

Spotlight on Jersey Shore U. Medical Center’s Security Overhaul

Having completed an expansion and renovation of its facility, this hospital hired a local integrator to finish upgrading its access control and video surveillance systems. The changes resulted in improved security and fewer maintenance issues.

Read: Security Sales & Integration Magazine Unveils New Web Site

Security Sales & Integration Magazine Unveils New Web Site

Read: Choose Your Integrator Wisely

Choose Your Integrator Wisely

The right integrator can make or break an electronic security project. Appropriate experience, specialization, financial stability, location and reputation are just some of the attributes that make a contractor a good fit.

Read: 5 Tips for Writing Effective RFPs

5 Tips for Writing Effective RFPs

When a campus has a large electronic security project, a request for proposal (RFP) can help the institution select the best integrators for the job. These suggestions will you help you craft an RFP that delivers results.

The Bids Are Back… Now What?

If a campus has drafted a good RFP, it should receive responses from three to five qualified integrators. The next step is to compare the bids.

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