ScanSource Security Makes Product Selection A Snap With New Web-Based Tool

ScanSource Security, a value-added distributor of physical security products and a business unit of ScanSource, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCSC), has developed the industry’s first comprehensive web-based product selection tool for its reseller and dealer partners. The product, SNAP, was designed and developed by ScanSource Security’s technical team in order to help dealers more easily choose the best product to fit their end-user customers’ needs.

With SNAP, dealers are able to quickly narrow their search for products by searching by manufacturer, part number or even product specifications. The search then provides the dealer with a comprehensive data sheet on the product, as well as suggested pricing, allowing the dealer to quickly and efficiently recommend the best, most cost-effective product to their customer.

“We are always looking for ways to make it easier for our dealer partners to do business,” said Tony Sorrentino, president, ScanSource Security. “And with SNAP, it’s easy for them to find a new product or round out a solution for their customers – all from the convenience of their laptop.”

ScanSource Security exclusively serves the dealer community and is committed to never competing with its dealer or reseller partners. The company offers access control, surveillance/CCTV, wireless infrastructure, and identification products. ScanSource Security also provides competitive pricing; free ground shipping; products in stock and ready to ship from a centralized location, allowing for improved efficiency and cost-effectiveness; and highly trained sales representatives and technical support specialists with extensive product knowledge.

For more information about ScanSource Security, visit www.scansourcesecurity.com.

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