Securitas Electronic Security forms strategic partnership with Sensormatic

Oct. 25, 2021
SES to continue partnership that existed between Sensoratic and FE Moran
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UNIONTOWN, OHIO – Securitas Electronic Security, Inc. (SES), the leading commercial electronic security provider in North America, has announced a strategic partnership with Sensormatic Solutions, a leading global retail solutions provider, to provide industry leading retail, EAS and cloud-based technology solutions to SES clients. This partnership expands SES offerings to include Sensormatic Solutions’ portfolio of loss prevention and asset protection solutions, including a wide offering of electronic article surveillance (EAS) solutions, Shrink Management as a Service (SMaaS), Shopper Insights digital analytics and Sensormatic IQ, a new intelligent operating platform for retail.

Earlier this year, through the FE Moran Security Solutions (FEMSS) acquisition, SES announced the formation of a dedicated retail organization bringing new solutions and services to best serve the specific loss prevention and asset protection needs of clients. SES now has holistic solutions that enable retail clients to best protect their evolving business environment. This strategic partnership with Sensormatic Solutions ensures SES continues to offer innovative and industry leading solutions across North America.

“We are proud to expand our strategic partnership with Sensormatic Solutions, a longstanding relationship which started with FE Moran Security Solutions, recently acquired by SES,” stated Tony Byerly, President & CEO, Securitas Electronic Security, Inc. “SES is pleased to now offer our clients Sensormatic Solutions’ retail technology offerings across North America. These new solutions will allow SES to more holistically meet our clients’ loss prevention and asset protection needs as the retail environment continues to evolve. We are committed to providing SES clients across all industries the very best electronic security technology available.”

“Our expanded Global Partner Edge partnership with Securitas provides us with the scalability, reach and experience to help our customers take on the latest digital transformation challenges and thrive post-COVID by responding to the flow of information created between merchandise, people, and store operations,” said David Green, Global Channels and Unified Commerce Leader, Sensormatic Solutions. “Since Securitas offers both human and technical solutions, our partnership will help us reach customers across all of segments of retail and provide unmatched customer service.”

The expanded partnership between SES and Sensormatic Solutions will enable SES to further build out its retail security offerings as an industry leading provider of loss prevention and asset protection solutions. Sensormatic Solutions’ experience, leadership and solutions portfolio in the retail electronic security industry will be a key driver in SES delivering industry leading solutions.

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