Quality Assurance Testing
End User Training
Who has your best interests?
Security systems are becoming more and more complex. As the industry swings more towards the digital/IP services. Security companies just haven’t kept up with technology. The old days of a simple point A to point B wired system are going away. The newer more complex systems require a knowledge of networks, infrastructure, IP solutions, computers, servers, power backups and complex software solutions.
Who is representing you when designing and implementing the installation of you system.
The salesman- Their job is to sell you as much as he can that directly benifits his employer. Up sale you with costly change orders. Gets you signed into complicated long term contracts with proprietary equipment. Companies have deals with manufactures to sell you the latest and greatest with the best profit margins, not the system that best suits your needs.
The builder or construction manager- They are there to get the job finished on time and on budget. Items are usually over looked to facilitate an on time completion, hoping you will not catch it until their warranty period is over and it’s not their problem anymore.
The Electrician- The electrical companies are poorly equipped to handle the complexities of today’s security systems. By default they are usually given the work by the builder and then sub-contract to a security company. Unfortunately the security company has no interest in helping you, only completing the project and getting paid.
A BIT ABOUT US
I can represent you during the design, contract negotiating, installation, training and system commissioning of your security, fire alarm, access control and video surveillance systems. I have over 20 years of experience in the system integration world. I will be your technical representative during the confusing process of implementing your new or existing low voltage systems.