LAS VEGAS—What was new on Day 1 of ISC West 2011? As usual, there were a number of partnership announcements and a couple of acquisitions; new this year was lots of talk about physical security information management systems. PSIM announcements abounded on the show floor.
LAS VEGAS—In a deal that Stanley Convergent Security Solutions says will expand its expertise in serving the government and financial sector, Stanley this morning announced a partnership with Hoyos Corporation, a provider of iris-based biometric technology product solutions.
According to a Stanley press release, the Hoyos technology “effectively eliminates identity-based fraud by securely matching people with the unique biometric markers associated with their irises.”
NAPERVILLE, Ill.—Stanley CSS closed its 10th and 11th Sonitrol franchise acquisitions Nov. 9, with the purchase of franchises in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Okla.
“This one is exciting for us because it’s in a market were we really have an opportunity to increase market share and density,” Tony Byerly, president of Stanley CSS told Security Systems News.
NAPERVILLE, Ill.—Stanley CSS is laying its cards on the table for all to see—customers and employees alike—with its new initiative, announced Sept. 29, called Performance Scorecard for Commercial Customers.
The scorecard measures Stanley’s performance on a number of metrics and is automatically issued monthly to each of Stanley’s commercial customers in North America and to the account executive responsible for the account.