Inovonics celebrates Board Certified PSP Great Lakes regional sales manager

Jan. 24, 2017
Sanford Fisher joined Inovonics 22 years ago working in the Technical Support department before transitioning to the Sales team

LOUISVILLE, Colo. -- January 17, 2017 – Inovonics, an industry leader in high-performance wireless sensor networks, announced that Sanford Fisher, Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager at Inovonics, has received his Physical Security Professional (PSP®) certification.

The ASIS PSP certification demands extensive study and is responsible for training some of the top experts in the security industry. Study topics include threat assessment and risk analysis; integrated physical security systems; and identification, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of security measures. As a result, individuals with this certification have an all-encompassing knowledge of physical security and a refined skill set that sets them apart from other security professionals.

Fisher joined Inovonics 22 years ago working in the Technical Support department before transitioning to the Sales team where he’s worked for the past 20 years. His main focus is commercial security, working with dealers, systems integrators, and distributors expanding territory sales. Sanford has several additional certifications including, IPVM Certified for Access Control Fundamentals, IP networking for Video Surveillance and IP Camera Basics.

About Inovonics

Inovonics, celebrating 30 years of commercial wireless leadership, provides wireless intrusion and mobile duress devices, senior living and submetering transmitters, environmental sensors, and receivers for integration into a variety of application specific hardware and software. Supporting installation of thousands of devices across a campus, the EchoStream® family of high-power repeaters combine to create an intelligent mesh-like network extending the range of wireless coverage for commercial buildings. For more information, visit


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