Leading security systems integrator redesigns website to enhance customers’ experience.
New York, NY — July 22, 2014 — Idesco Corp., a leading security systems integrator, announces the launch of its new and improved corporate website www.idesco.com. This new tool showcases key information on Idesco’s security solutions including access control, video surveillance, ID badging, turnstiles, managed services, biometrics and visitor management. It also gives visibility to Idesco’s core divisions, including Idesco ID, and Idesco Safety.
Leading security integrator brings security together at its state-of-the-art showroom in the heart of ManhattanNew York, NY — June 26, 2014 — Idesco Corp., a leading security systems integrator, today announced that the company has launched a new state-of-the-art showroom where customers can experience live demonstrations of its key security products. Idesco showcases a wide array of security solutions from trusted manufacturers including ID card printers, CCTV & IP video cameras, access control systems and software, along with lanyards and ID badge accessories.
Leading security systems integrator ramps up executive team in 2014 by naming Michael Perlow as its new Vice President of Sales.New York, NY – May 31, 2014 – Idesco Corp., a leading security systems integrator, today announced the appointment of a new addition to its executive team. Idesco has strengthened its core management team by naming Michael Perlow as its new Vice President of Sales. In this new role, Mr. Perlow will be responsible for all sales including business development activities and managing Idesco’s engineered solution services design teams.
Business is Booming in higher education, and campuses all around the country are stepping up to the challenge to enhance security. a great example of campus security done right is pace university. a private university, pace has campuses in new york city and westchester county, enrolling almost 13,000 students in Bachelors, masters and doctoral programs.
Idesco Corp. started in the security business in the early 1940s. They began with ID badging for the Department of the Army. Well, times have changed, a lot, in the past seven or eight decades but one constant is that Idesco is still involved in security. In fact, company president Andrew Schonzeit says Idesco's biggest asset, as an integrator, is that they "stay one step ahead."
NYC-based School of Visual Arts partners with an integrator and manufacturer to bolster the protection of students, faculty, staff and campus physical assets.