Ronkonkoma, N.Y. - Sentry Technology Corporation (www.sentrytechnology.com) has signed a two-year contract to provide security products to the National Association of College Stores (NACS), an affiliation of college bookstores and retail outlets.
The agreement sets Sentry as official supplier and means that Sentry will be promoted as a partner, and in exchange, Sentry will offer a preferred pricing package to stores with in the NACS.
"NACS is pleased to partner with Sentry to help provide our members with favorable pricing, service, and selection of security products for their college stores," says Brian Cartier, CEO of NACS Inc., in a press release distributed on Tuesday. "One of our association goals is to make our members' jobs on campus easier through strategic partnerships like this."
"We continue to develop anti-shoplifting solutions for the bookstore market," said Peter L. Murdoch, president and CEO of Sentry Technology Corporation in a prepared statement. "We look forward to working with Mr. Cartier and his team to help NACS members protect their profits by reducing inventory shrinkage."
Also announced was that Sentry has introduced the Knogo Wide Aisle Management system at the Campus Market Expo, held in New Orleans earlier this week. The company produces a line of radio frequency and electro-magnetic EAS systems and CCTV systems. The company has recently acquired ID Systems, which allowed Sentry to deepen its involvement in the proximity access control and RFID markets.