PSA announces launch of 'PSA Partner Program' and the inaugural members

Dec. 9, 2021
The P3 inaugural elite members are Altronix, AMAG Technology, Eagle Eye Networks, HID, LenelS2 and Windy City Wire
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WESTMINSTER, Colo. – December 8, 2021 – PSA (, the world’s largest consortium of professional systems integrators, today announced the launch of its PSA Partner Program (P3) for 2022 as well as the inaugural technology partners. The program features three levels of partnership: elite, platinum and PSA approved. Inaugural elite members of the PSA Partner Program include: Altronix, AMAG Technology, Eagle Eye Networks, HID, Lenel/S2 and Windy City Wire. Bosch is an inaugural platinum member.

“PSA is proud to highlight the technology partners that go above and beyond to support our mission to elevate the industries we serve,” said Matt Barnette, CEO of PSA. “Doing business with a P3 partner provides our integrators reassurance that they are offering the best products and services for their projects and clients.”

The P3 technology partners meet a set of criteria which aligns with PSA’s strategic initiatives and provides the most benefit to members and owners. These strategic alliances allow PSA integrators to pass the benefits along to their end users giving them a competitive edge.

Through commitments made by the PSA team and the P3 technology partners, the goal is to create access to more offerings, create exclusive training and certification opportunities and bring a higher level of support from each company.

“Our elite partners were strategically selected for our new program because of their ongoing commitment to PSA, the industry and our network of integrators,” said Chris Salazar-Mangrum, vice president of technology partners at PSA. “We are thankful for these exemplary partners and excited to continue adding to the platinum level of the program.”

For more information about the PSA Network or any of its P3 partners, visit:

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