Security Business

MAR 2014

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26 www.SecurityInfoWatch.com | SD&I | March 2014 points, and then focused on minimizing or eliminating those shortcomings," says CEO Chris Lesnewski. "Some key improvements as a result are much better hiring practices, improved communication, highly specialized roles/train- ing, and employee retention and satisfaction. Education and retail have been the growth markets for us. There is still much fear over random acts of violence and concern for public safety, and understandably so." Blue Violet Networks, No. 10 "It is important to focus on the enterprise customer who has record earnings and balance sheets," says owner John Paul. "We deliver operational security solutions with a true ROI helping their bottom line and improving customer service." Adds sales executive Chad Gordon: "We have seen growth across a number of vertical markets by delivering tailored solutions that meet many departmental needs al- lowing for CFOs to draw from multiple budgets creating much larger projects than was previously possible." Advice for Future Fast50 Companies So what would it take for your company to rank in the 2015 Fast50? Beyond making sure you enter by the dead- line next year at www.securityinfowatch.com/sdifast50, we asked this year's crop of companies what advice they would give, and here are some of the responses: Netronix Integration, No. 11 "Sell the services of your company as a value-add, but be sure you actually deliv- Do you offer in-house or third-party monitoring? SDI_22-33,108-109_0314 Fast50 overview.indd 26 3/5/14 1:33 PM

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