The sales process can be incredibly daunting, especially in the physical security industry where the majority of the market is captured by 3 companies. But guess what, just because there’s a goalie, doesn’t mean you can’t score.
Access control is an essential part of physical security that keeps buildings, people, and information safe. But even the fanciest camera software, biometric scanners, and visitor management systems are completely useless if the people using them don’t have any standards to follow.
Investing time and resources into marketing strategies is one of the best things a private security company can do to grow. Luckily, security marketing keeps getting easier and cheaper to do, especially when you have the right marketing tools that can save owners and managers a lot of time.
At the end of 2020, Thinkcurity set out on a mission to discuss diversity within physical security, wanting to uncover all of the great, unique minds that make up the industry. Within this discussion, we are excited to highlight female physical security leaders who are making an impact within their organizations and our industry.
No matter what stage a private security company is in, growth is a primary goal. The simple answer to growth is winning more contracts. But that is never as simple as it sounds.
Diversity continues to be a growing topic of discussion as the business world finds the best ways to ensure innovative minds of all walks of life are represented. No differently than any other industry, the security community also continues to make efforts to create an inclusive environment that is helping us to innovate and grow.
When private security companies sell their vehicle fleet, that money will often be reused to buy newer, more efficient models. And as security companies scale their vehicle fleets, the difference in value per vehicle can make a huge difference down the road.
Security risk assessments are a standard process for any security guard company. Risk assessments help keep people and properties safe by looking for gaps in security coverage.
Vehicle fleets are an essential part of many physical security companies. But what many security company owners don’t realize is that successfully managing vehicles in their fleet depends on a large number of things going right.
On October 6-7, 2020, Thinkcurity presented the first-ever Virtual Physical Security Summit. Over 1200 physical security professionals signed up for the 2-day event to get actionable insights from thought leaders in every area of the physical security industry.