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Five Questions: Jack Johnson

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11/21/2014

Jack Johnson is Securadyne Systems’ new director of strategic sales. Previously, he was co-founder and VP of sales and marketing for Intelligent Access Systems of North Carolina, which was acquired by Securadyne in 2014. He also was co-founder of Entry Systems Inc., which specialized in nationwide sales, service and deployment of hotel locking systems. He has more than 35 years of experience in the industry. In October, Security Systems News caught up with Jack and asked him five questions.

Specifically Speaking with Charles LeBlanc

Principal, Director of Engineering for BLW Security Group
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11/21/2014

Tell me about the origin of BLW and why you describe BLW’s approach to security consulting and engineering as holistic?

Security Central to offer mPERS

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11/20/2014

STATESVILLE, N.C.—Security Central, a national wholesale monitoring company, plans to add mPERS to its suite of services.

LOUD Security: Develop company culture before it develops itself

Events, engagement, teamwork make everyone more successful, John Loud says
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11/19/2014

ORLANDO—At LOUD Security, employees aren’t allowed to bring personal cell phones to work and “Casual Fridays” are sporadic at best.

‘Get with the social media program’

Company reputations, brands, customer loyalty—and sales—are at stake, pro says
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11/19/2014

ORLANDO, Fla.—Jeffrey Gitomer, best-selling author and sales and customer service professional, likes to quote Bob Dylan—a lot. “The times, they are a changin’,” he said during his keynote speech at Honeywell’s Connect2014, held here.

Alliance targets domestic violence

R.I.-based company provides free safeguards for victims
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11/19/2014

WARWICK, R.I.—Alliance Security, based here, is helping victims of domestic abuse with free installation, monitoring and maintenance of home alarm systems.

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SSN News Poll January 2015

John Loud of LOUD Security spoke at Honeywell’s recent Connect2014 event for its dealers about the need for an appropriate company culture that builds engagement and productivity and adds a “fun factor” to the workplace. How does your company handle its culture? Tell us what you think.

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