Sage Integration Recognizes Top 2020 Vendors

Sage Integration recently celebrated its top 2020 vendors providing technology, subcontracting, distribution and manufacturer representative services for the company’s Kent, Ohio office.

A ceremony recognized the leading service providers for their assistance in meeting the evolving security needs of Sage Integration’s growing client list.

Award winners included:

Technology Partner of the Year. Honeywell Commercial Security, and industry pioneer developing many groundbreaking advances shaping today’s commercial security systems.

Subcontract Partner of the Year. Thompson Electric, a full-service electrical contracting company founded in 1977 and based in Munroe Falls, Ohio.

Distribution Partner of the Year. PSA Security, the world’s largest consortium of security and audio-visual systems integrations in North America.

Manufacturer Representative Firm of the Year. IP Security Reps, a technology-based firm and a leading manufacturer’s representative in the midwest.

The awards recognized each vendor’s deep commitment to customer service, one of Sage Integration’s core values, said John Nemerofsky, chief operating officer at Sage Integration.

“We are fortunate to have some of the industry’s finest and most trusted sales and service partners,” Nemorofsky said. “Each partner provided us with detailed and precise service to get the job done right the first time, always aware that our response to our clients directly hinged on their response to us. We value the incredible efforts they made despite a pandemic and look forward to working with them during a successful 2021 and beyond.”

Sage Integration was formed in 2019 by merging two regional security powerhouses, AYSCO Security Consultants and DTS Security. The company recently opened an office in Dallas in addition to the offices in Kent, OH, and Atlanta.

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