CLIFTON, N.J.—The members of Security-Net, a group of 18 independent integrators, believe they’ve got the best formula to take on national account jobs. And, they’ve been hard at work over the last year to ensure that member companies are coordinated from a sales, technical and fulfillment perspective.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.—UTC Fire & Security’s new Fire Innovation & Test Center here will benefit UTCFS’s dealer network by demonstrating for dealers and their customers how the products they sell and install actually perform, according to the program manager for the test center.
HUNT VALLEY, Md.—AlarmWATCH, a central station based here, recently teamed up with UTC Fire & Security’s Interlogix division, and AlarMax Distributors to co-sponsor the first annual Protect-A-Thon security dealers’ competition, which awarded the lucky winners with a day of tailgating and NFL football.
FARMINGTON, Conn.—Edwards, a leading fire detection and alarm business with a reputation for quality products and technology innovations, is taking its latest fire and safety products on the road this fall.
The shows are the first big public event for Edwards since UTC Fire & Security earlier this year introduced Edwards, which has more than a century of industry expertise, as the company name for its fire detection and alarm business.
HARTFORD, Conn.—After raising $2.25 billion last week, UTC closed quickly on its announced purchase of GE Security. With everything a done deal, SSN editors were quick to forward over questions about the future for GE Security’s dealers and products.