Allied Universal Technology Services Announces Partnership with LiveSafe

Allied Universal, a security and facility services company in North America, recently announced a partnership with LiveSafe to provide mobile, two-way safety communications between the company’s security professionals and customers in order to prevent safety and security incidents.

Allied Universal Technology Services, a division of Allied Universal, will be utilizing the LiveSafe Mobile App effective immediately. LiveSafe delivers actionable community-sourced safety and security risk intelligence and offers Allied Universal’s customers the ability to complete the following:

  • Tip reporting for suspicious activity and other incidents (anonymous reporting available)
  • Two-way communications with Allied Universal’s security team
  • Push notifications/broadcast messages from Allied Universal’s Monitoring, Posting & Managed Services (MaRC)
  • Emergency calls & messaging
  • SafeWalk & SafeDrive features with a panic button
  • Safety resources and security procedures available

“This alliance with the LiveSafe Mobile App allows our Security Professionals the ability to receive early warning signs of suspicious activity that could help prevent incidents from occurring,” said Steve Jones, CEO of Allied Universal.

The Allied Universal/LiveSafe partnership facilitates Allied Universal’s highly trained Security Professionals to mitigate risks and reduce monetary and non-monetary costs to its customers.

"This partnership brings the employees and tenants that Allied protects into the security equation by giving them a mobile app to connect directly to security officers when they have concerns or need help," said LiveSafe CEO and President Carolyn Parent. "We are proud to partner with Allied Universal to bring valuable community-sourced risk information to their security professionals and to help the Allied team communicate important safety information to those they protect."

Allied Universal® Technology Services division provides electronic access control, video surveillance, fire/life safety, alarm monitoring, emergency communications, hosted /managed services and a variety of Global Security Operating Center (GSOC-as-a-Service) offerings.  Leveraging the flexibility and scalability of these platforms delivers efficiency with improved reliability and response.

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