Leading Integration and Monitoring Companies Bringing Teams to ESX
May 21, 2012 - Effective teams are built upon shared experiences. And with so much going on at ESX Nashville, June 25-29, many security integration and monitoring companies are agreeing there has never been a more important experience to share than this one.
With a powerfully targeted expo, diverse networking opportunities and a conference program that will unveil the latest in new technology trends, such as HD surveillance, home automation, central station tech, energy management, mobile apps, hosted and managed services, alternative signal transmissions and video alarms, many leading integration and monitoring companies have already begun registering their teams.
"We're bringing our team, because ensuring that our employees are well-educated and up-to-date on industry changes is something, I believe, to be our responsibility," says Ralph Sevinor, president and founder of Wayne Alarm. "At ESX, our employees get an extremely valuable opportunity to learn new concepts, benchmark with our competitors and form relationships with peers."
"When we return from the show, I find our employees are re-energized and more close-knit as a result of this team-building experience,” Sevinor continues.
Additional companies, including ADS Security, Amherst Alarm, Alarm Detection Systems, Inc., Creative Alarms, Inc., Doyle Security Systems, Engineered Protection Systems, Knox Integrated Systems, Valley Alarm and Vector Security have already taken advantage of ESX's Bring The Team Discount, registering five or more employees.
"Providing your staff the opportunity to attend ESX is not a luxury or frill," says Ed Bonifas, vice president of Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. "It's a necessity for your business."
Making investments in staff members has proven to increase job satisfaction, morale and employee motivation.
All companies that register five or more employees qualify for an ESX team discount of 15% on all total paid registrations. This has correlated to companies like Alarm Detection Systems, Inc., registering four people for Deluxe Passes and getting the fifth for less than $200.