Learn how advanced intrusion verification technology results in priority police response, more criminal apprehensions and greater security for customers. Today’s leading-edge audio and video verification technologies provide a wealth of application, installation and security options for every type of customer and business. From colleges to elementary schools, from banking institutions to check cashing retailers, from construction sites to remote towers, every customer and their unique locations can now have the benefit of advanced intrusion verification technology. Learn how advanced intrusion verification technology is changing the way law enforcement responds to emergency situations today and what the future will bring for customers.
During this webinar you will learn about:
- Not all verification is equal– How important is an integrated solution?
- Priority Response is here – What is priority response?
- Anytime, anywhere security – Are there limitations to verification technology?
- Verification in the palm of your hand – What verification data is smart phone capable?
Felix Gonzales, Vice President Strategic Initiatives & Business Development, Stanley Convergent Security Solutions As a 20 year security industry expert possessing a far-reaching list of achievements, Gonzales plays a key role in developing Stanley CSS’s vision for security. He has worked on numerous aspects of the electronic security business including sales, marketing, operations, central station monitoring, turn-around and reorganization strategies, training programs, mergers and acquisitions, online management tools, as well as strategic planning. Gonzales received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from San Diego State University and Master of Business in Marketing from Saint Mary’s College of California.
Frank Minni, Senior Director Sonitrol Program, Stanley Convergent Security Solutions
With over 20 years of security industry experience, Minni has developed an extensive background in verified response, sales training, central station operations and system application design. Minni manages the Sonitrol program for Stanley CSS including sales training, marketing and product distribution. Sonitrol is the leading impact-activated audio verification technology in the security industry and is responsible for over 164,000 apprehensions since 1977. Minni earned his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Vincent College and his Master’s in Applied Management from the University of Maryland.
Keith Jentoft, President, RSI Video Technologies
Jentoft has spent almost 30 years introducing European technology to the US market, growing some of these start-ups to over $200 million in US sales and holds several patents in related technologies. As President of RSI Video Technologies, Jentoft is responsible for the Videofied product line which won the ISC West "Best of Show" as well as the “Best Intrusion Detector” and “Best Wireless Alarm System” at the 2009 ESX show.