INDIANAPOLIS--System integrator and manufacturer Stanley Security Solutions, a division of Stanley Works, has been awarded Premier Certification from Cisco Systems, through their Cisco Channel Partner Program, which provides members with resources to implement Cisco networking solutions. Stanley was required to meet stringent personnel, training, customer satisfaction and post-sales support requirements to earn the certification.
TORONTO, Canada--Intercon Security Limited, a division of the $1 billion FirstService Security, which owns integrator SST in the United States, is growing rapidly thanks to one of the largest security contracts awarded in Canada, a 1,100-branch deal with one of Canada's largest banks.
Overseeing the implementation will be new president John Van Schepen, who's spent the past four years in Intercon's financial department, most recently as the senior financial executive in Canada, and has about 25 years in senior management.
LAS VEGAS--Sielox, formerly Checkpoint Systems Access Control Products and now a subsidiary of L Q Corporation, announced here at ISC West a new sales agreement with Sonitrol whereby the integrator will brand and sell Sielox's Pinnacle Access Control solution to enterprise-level customers.
Sonitrol's vice president of marketing, Gregg Groenemann, said the renamed Sonitrol Enterprise Access will complement the company's already successful Sonitrol Managed Access product.
ORLANDO, Fla.--The Bordes Group, a 30-year-old security consulting firm, announced in April a partnership with ARM Specialists, a consulting firm in Arima, Trinidad & Tobago, to offer expanded services throughout the Caribbean.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.--Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, a division of Ingersoll-Rand Company, was chosen in March to be an official partner of NASCAR, providing security solutions, products and other services.
LAS VEGAS--Here in Vegas for his first ISC West show as Seimens Building Technologies senior vice president and division head of its security systems business, George West seemed relaxed and at ease in his new role. The only thing he lamented over the course of a half-hour interview was the fact that his promotion took him away from New England, which his family had grown to love over the course of his three years as head of Siemens' New England district office.
BALTIMORE--After a protracted legal battle with the similarly named Oracle software house, systems integrator Oracle Surveillance has changed its name to Securityhunter. Chief executive officer Michael Rogers, who founded the company in 1988, said he couldn't discuss details of a settlement that left both sides happy, but did say that Oracle "were generous people.