Free E-book: What’s keeping you awake at night?

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Jul 27

Jul 27

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Keeping pace with evolving technologies.

Creating new areas of recurring revenue.

Competing with the influx of low-cost competition.

One or more of the above trends are probably keeping you awake at night. You’re not alone. According to a recent “2017 State of the Security Industry Report” by the SouthComm Security Media Group, 174 leading security-focused solution providers indicated that the above trends were the most significant threats to their businesses today.

Unfortunately, knowing that others are facing the same struggles as you can only provide so much comfort. Wouldn’t it be better to have a clear path for how to manage these trends and turn them into opportunities for your business?

There’s a new resource available to you.

Jason Destein—an Ingram Micro technology consultant focused on enabling Ingram Micro’s partners to successfully build, sell and deploy physical security solutions—took the major trends listed in the report and provided analysis and real-world advice that you can apply to your business. The resulting e-book, “6 physical security threats: tips on how to overcome today’s market challenges,” is a must-read for any physical security solution provider looking to thrive in today’s competitive marketplace.

You’re not helpless to overcome the above challenges. You don’t have to suffer the threats of today. By following the actionable advice outlined in this new e-book, you can take your practice to new levels of prosperity.

For more information on Physical Security, contact Chris Kacala or our Physical Security expert, Jason Destein.

Click the button below to access your Physical Security e-book.

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