Security-Net celebrates in style at ASIS 2012

Sept. 11, 2012
19 member company Security-Net work together for success

Security-Net, a global provider of security integration services, is celebrating big at ASIS 2012 at its evening reception on the 33rd floor of the Loews Hotel with scenic views overlooking the city of Philadelphia. There’s good reason for the hardy party. The group of 19 member companies is toasting its success with the end user across the country, resulting in more contracts and a bigger footprint nationwide.

Joseph Liguori, president of Security-Net corporation and the owner of Access Control Technologies (ACT) in Clifton, N.J. said member companies focus on the integration of end-to-end solutions for customers, working as a team with clients to develop a security management plan that includes access control, video surveillance, emergency mass notification and perimeter detection systems—wrapped around a culture of companies that focus on excellence and bring a philosophy of service extraordinaire to the end-user community.

“Our organization continues to grow and gain recognition,” said Liguori. “We all wear a lot of different hats and most importantly, we lead by example.” He added that Security-Net members have monthly conference calls and meet in person four times during the year, exchanging information on where the market is going and product technologies. Security-Net also has a product committee that searches for new products and examines emerging trends. The corporation also develops business leads and works together throughout the country to fulfill customer requirements in a highly professional manner.

“We’re a strong advocate of service and engineering excellence,” added John Krumme CPP and president of CAM-DEX Security Corp. in Kansas City, Kan.

David Alessandrini CRL and vice president of Pasek Corp. in South Boston, Mass., added that Security-Net members “live and die by our service and quality of work we provide to our customers.”

Security-Net is a network of more than 1,200 employees, including Microsoft certified technicians, systems design engineers, IT experts and consultants.