Federal Protection, Inc.® today announced that it recently received Arecont Vision's Midwest Integrator of the Year award for 2013. The company earned the honor for its dedication to protecting clients with Arecont Vision's advanced IP video surveillance technology, which serves a crucial role in Federal Protection's comprehensive security services.
Federal Protection was named the Midwest Integrator of the Year for excelling in all aspects of the selection criteria, which centered on four components of success: growth, volume, loyalty and commitment. "We are honored to name Federal Protection as Arecont Vision's Midwest Integrator Partner of the Year for 2013," said
In response to the honor, Federal Protection General Manager of Operations
With Arecont Vision's industry-leading megapixel surveillance equipment trusted for Federal Protection's home and office video surveillance, the award-winning company continues its commitment to protecting clients with an array of the most sophisticated security products on the market. Such equipment, coupled with unrivaled attention to personalized service, leaves Federal Protection poised to continue its long tradition of in-depth services performed by experienced, knowledgeable security specialists.
Through its expansive range of services and a company-wide commitment to always "Under Promise & Over Perform," Federal Protection safeguards people, financial assets, operations and properties in the Midwest and throughout the nation.
For more information about integrated security solutions, Federal Protection, Inc.® or its work with security technology companies such as Arecont Vision, visit federalprotection.com or contact Director of Marketing
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