Friday Is ESX Maximum Impact Awards Deadline

The Electronic Security Expo (ESX) is accepting entries for its third annual Maximum Impact Awards until Friday. The awards highlight products and services that have a real bottom-line impact on companies in the security integration and monitoring industry.

Manufacturers and service providers can submit their products and services for the awards, which are judged by a panel of Central Station Alarm Association and Electronic Security Association members.

"The Maximum Impact Awards program gave us a showcase to increase the visibility of our flagship cellular communicator, the TG-1 Express, at ESX 2010 and with the industry as a whole," said Shawn Welsh, vice president of marketing and business development at Telular. "Additionally, the program gave us a platform to further promote our winning solution beyond the show floor. Acknowledgment in the ESX wrap-up newsletter, the award press release, and industry media coverage are just a few of the long term benefits that live on through marketing materials and on our website."

Eligible products for the awards must fall into one of two categories:

  • New (first delivered to the market Jan. 1, 2011 - Jul. 1, 2011).
  • Field Tested (first delivered to the market prior to Jan. 1, 2011 but after Jan. 1, 2009).

The deadline for submissions is March 18 and winners will be announced on June 8 at ESX.

Entries can be submitted at http://www.esxweb.com/max.

Questions about the Maximum Impact Awards should be directed to Jessica DaCosta, jdacosta@ae-ventures.com or (508) 618-4226.

Winners of the 2010 Maximum Impact Awards included Next Level Security Systems, Honeywell Security Group, Telguard, Intertek, DICE Corporation, SedonaOffice, DVTel, Inc., System Sensor, DMP-Digital Monitoring Products, Videofied-RSI Video Technologies, GE Security/Interlogix, NuVo Technologies, LLC, LogicMark, LLC, Crest Electronics, Paxton Access, Axis Communications and Bold Technologies.

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