Stanley creates “All-Star” team to address vertical markets globally
Stanley Security Solutions (Stanley) announced that it has created a vertical market solutions team to provide customer solutions in health care, government, retail, banking and education (K-12 and higher education) markets globally. The news was first announced at the ASIS International 2012 conference, held recently in Philadelphia.
“The purpose of the vertical market solutions initiative is to provide all-inclusive, industry-leading solutions to our customers that transcend geographic boundaries,” says John Nemerofsky, vice-president global vertical market solutions for Stanley. “These vertically specific solutions will embrace state-of-the-art technology and application solutions, utilizing Stanley propriety products/technologies in concert with industry-leading products/technologies.”
According to Stanley, the vertical market solutions team will leverage its global footprint as well as its industry expertise in both physical and electronic security providing solutions from video surveillance to automatic door solutions, from intrusion monitoring to master keyed systems, from wireless access control to door hardware/closers/locks, from biometric identity authentication to fire protection, from online reporting and analytics to physical security information management (PSIM) solutions and more with a single point of contact and project coordination under the Stanley umbrella.
“This critical team will support the sales initiatives of all the Stanley Security divisions to bring truly integrated, vertical-specific solutions to customers — opening doors to new opportunities to showcase our expertise in each of these vertical fields,” Nemerofsky says. “I consider the vertical market solutions team to be the ‘All-Star’ team. Whether it’s working with large national or international customers or it’s teaming with our internal sales organization, the vertical market solutions team brings a high level of competency and professionalism that that is second to none.”