VMP Announces Partnership with PSA

Video Mount Products, a provider of mounting solutions for the security, residential, CI, commercial and professional audio/video markets, has developed an alliance with PSA Security Network, the world’s largest electronic security cooperative, to affiliate its full line of security and related A/V accessories with leading security industry integrators.

“PSA is widely recognized as a leader in connecting manufacturers with leading security integrators,” said Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. “Our continued growth, even during the recent economic downturn, underscores our commitment to the security integrator by continually offering updated and new products for this market. Being associated with PSA will allow VMP to more effectively target our security-specific product lines to those who cater to the specific needs of this important and growing industry.”

PSA is a recognized standard of quality and experience. The group represents security system integrators who combine the purchasing power and the resources of large vendor groups with the strengths and personal attention to detail of locally owned companies. PSA integrators improve security performance through their access to the latest security products, best practices and other resources to develop cost-effective security solutions.

“PSA’s members combine the purchasing power and resources of the largest vendors with the strengths and personal attention to detail of locally-owned companies,” said Bill Bozeman, president and CEO of PSA. “These leading security system integrators have access to the latest security products, best practices and other resources necessary to develop cost-effective security solutions. We are proud to now include VMP’s leading products for these integrators.”

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