Dealers & integrators embrace diversification

Feb. 9, 2012
ESA research report shows trends in diversification of services

Did you know that alarm dealers and systems integrators are diversifying their services? Or that alarm signal transmission is one of the highest projected annual growth categories for these companies over the next few years?

You can read all about it in a study based on research from the Electronic Security Association (ESA) Leadership Summit and Electronic Security Integrators (ESI) Forum published by SD&I magazine coming in the February 2012 issue (p. 10) of the magazine, due online February 10 and soon to hit your mailboxes. If you are already a subscriber, watch for it. If you aren’t a subscriber, you can sign up online here to receive your free magazine

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