Honeywell Adds 10 Dealers to Integrator Program

Honeywell on Dec. 8 announced the addition of 10 companies to its Integrated Security dealer program.

The network includes authorized independent security integrators in the United States and abroad who service Honeywell global accounts, including bidding on projects for global enterprise-level users who standardize on Honeywell’s Pro-Watch® security management system. Dealers and integrators are eligible to participate in the company's Dealer Service Certification Program, which sets rigorous service and training requirements for Pro-Watch dealers, resulting in exceptional service provided to end user customers.

“We believe that dealers who make the investment and effort to deliver quality service to their customers will meet and exceed their expectations,” said Bill Yesnick, sales leader, Honeywell Integrated Security. “We welcome these new integrators to our network and look forward to building a prosperous and long-term relationship with each of them.”

The 10 dealers and integrators are:

Ambassador Enterprises – Based in Montvale, Va., Ambassador Enterprises, Inc. has been a respected systems contracting firm since 1969. The company designs and installs the specialized systems in buildings and stadiums that enhance functionality and allow people to make connections. It celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1999, and today the company has offices and warehouse facilities in Portsmouth and Roanoke, Va.

Computer Information Systems – The Corbin, Ky.-based company prides itself on providing cutting-edge computer and infrastructure integration solutions to both small companies and large corporations, while providing a level of expertise designed to meet and exceed the expectations of its customers. Its end-to-end network solutions include information systems, wide area networks, local area networks, access, switching and service.

Integrated Fire and Security Solutions – Located in Boynton Beach, Fla., IFSS provides access control systems, duress systems for applications such as bank tellers and interview rooms, and fire detection and alarm systems based on building and code requirements. It offers mass notification systems as well as security alarms for customers in retail, commercial, medical, government and educational markets.

MCW Solutions LLC – MCW Solutions, LLC is a technology integrator based in Ashburn, Va., and specializing in the convergence of facilities and IT. The company incorporates technology for the delivery of professional audio/video, fire systems, security and surveillance and infrastructure solutions for industries ranging from commercial offices, data centers, schools, hospitality providers, multiple dwelling units and government agencies.

Northwest Technologies Group – The Wauwatosa, Wis.-based Northwest Technologies Group provides integrated solutions for voice, data, audio and visual communications. Services include design, installation and maintenance of high-speed cabling systems according to industry standards and local code requirements, integrated audio and video systems including public address systems, paging, kiosk touch screens, digital signage, smart boards, conference room multimedia centers, and customized video surveillance systems that integrate access control, CCTV, RFID, surveillance and intrusion detection systems.

Portneuf Electric Inc. – Located in Pocatello, Idaho, Portneuf Electric prides itself on being an ethical, assertive, customer-oriented company. It offers fire alarm, access control, CCTV and data for commercial, residential, and industrial customers.

Sandifer Engineering and Controls – The mission of Goddard, Kan.-based Sandifer Engineering & Controls is to provide a total building automation solution to buildings in Wichita and the surrounding areas that will increase the comfort, safety and security of their customers, and maximize utility savings.

Security 101 (Advanced Security Integration) – Based in Worcester, Mass., the company has designed, installed and serviced more than 1,000 systems from a nationwide network of offices. Security 101 has established a broad and diverse customer base as well as a reputation for providing best-in-class services for many of the nation’s leading market segments including communications, technology companies, tourism, education, transportation, manufacturing/industrial/commercial, financial, retail, and government.

Security Equipment Inc. – Located in Omaha, Neb., SEi started out providing life protection against the dangers of fire and smoke. It later expanded into the field of residential and commercial security, Underwriters Laboratories-approved central station monitoring and other essential security activities. As one of the Midwest’s largest security companies, SEi has more than 40 years of experience, plus the engineering and development know-how and the solid commitment to service that are all so vital to outstanding performance in this field.

Security Signal Devices – SSD Systems was founded in Anaheim, Calif., in 1968, with the mission of providing its customers high-quality system solutions backed by superior service. SSD Systems is a single source provider for all security and communications needs. As one of the largest security companies in North America, they have served commercial, residential and Fortune 1000 clients across the continent since 1968.


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