Keyscan Announces Mertens-Brennan Partnership

Keyscan Access Control Systems is pleased to announce it has partnered with Mertens-Brennan & Partners, LLC as Keyscan’s new manufacturer’s representative serving Texas and Louisiana.

“We are pleased to welcome Mertens-Brennan to represent our brand in these lucrative markets,” said Steve Dentinger, Keyscan’s director of sales and marketing. “There is a wealth of growth potential in these two states. Jim Mertens and Peter Brennan both have deep roots in the field of data, voice and security structured solutions. They have developed strong relationships with dealers, integrators, and distributors in this region. With their efforts we are confident they will help us exceed our sales objectives and continue to raise the Keyscan brand in these markets.”

Mertens-Brennan is a major representative in the south-central US market. Jim and Peter are both veterans and well respected in the industry. They hold multiple specialties in serving the access control, security and cabling markets as well as IP surveillance and data centres.

With locations in Coppell and Austin, Texas, Mertens-Brennan began promoting Keyscan in the Texas and Louisiana regions as of November 1, 2014.

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