Entering Excellence: Scalable Security: Wrong Decisions that Cost You Money

Security is never a one-size-fits-all solution, and that’s especially true for different types of building entrances, which have needs as unique as the companies themselves.

On this episode of Entering Excellence, a Boon Edam podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Vice President of Sales JC Powell and Regional Sales Director Brian Marshall to discuss scalable security.

“Companies are very different, even companies that offer similar goods or services to consumers,” Powell said. “We never lump two companies as the same, even though they both may be data centers, financial or insurance companies.”

The concept of scalable security takes into account the unique needs businesses have for throughput, safety, technology and service. Boon Edam evaluates how people move through a client’s building to better understand their needs.

“How these companies exist within their own cultures really dictates what type of security entrance they would be interested in in order to promote and protect their assets,” Powell said.

Boon Edam helps companies educate their employees about the need and purpose of security entrances that both help keep their workforce safe inside and keep unauthorized visitors out.

“We not only help companies implement the right security entrance, but we also help get their workforce to understand how to utilize that entrance,” Marshall said. “Now you might think, ‘What’s so difficult about swiping a card at an entrance?’ But we’re helping promote employee education and communication long before the security entrance is implemented.”

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