Worst Over But Integrators Still Dealing With Coronavirus Problems (June Statistics)

By Brian Rhodes, Published Jun 30, 2020, 04:20pm EDT

While numbers of integrators very impacted by Coronavirus continue to drop, most are still moderately dealing with the pandemic's problems, June IPVM statistics show.

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Compare to our May results: Integrators Rising Against Coronavirus, April report: Bottom: Integrators Start To Stand Vs Coronavirus and March report: Integrators Hit Even Harder By Coronavirus.

Inside this report, we share these statistics and dozens of integrator comments to show what is going on right now in the industry.

Executive *******

** ****, *** ******* change *** ********, **** 20% *** ********* ** be '****' ********, **** from **% **** *****:

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******** ** ***** ******, the ******* ******** **** those ********* '********' ******, now ** **%, ** from **% ** ***.

***** ********* **** *** 'not ****' ******** ** Coronavirus ** ******* ** last *****'* *******, ** 23% ** **** ******** to **% *** ***** prior, ** *** ******* below *****:

Moderate ******

*** ******** ** *********** report ***********'* ****** ** 'moderate', **** *** ********* slowly ********* ** ***** reopen *** ******** ****** again.

*******, ***** **** ********** stopped ******** *** **********, integrators ********* ****** * slower *** **** ******* pace ** ********** *** that * ***** '**** back' ******** ** *** happening:

  • "****** *** ******* ****** in **** *****. **** projects **** **** ** hold *** *** ****** forward."
  • "** **** *** *** large ******* *** ******* that ********** *** **********. Other **** ****, ****** are ***** ******."
  • "****** *** ******* ******, but **'* ***** ****** overall **** ** *** in ***** ******. ** have ******** **** ** work *** *** *** at *** *** ** our *** ***** *** we're ******* ** *** and **** ** ********* to ***** **** *****."
  • "** **** ** ****'* really *** **** ******, but ** *** ********* to *** **** ****** now **** ***** *** mandatory. ** ** ** the ****** ** ************ some ***** ** *** in ********* **** *** not *********** ****** ************ and ** *** ********* to *** **** ***** safety ****** *** ***** a *** ** ********."
  • "*** ************* **** ****** but ** *** *********** a ****** ****. ************* have ******** ******* ********* are ****** *** ***** is ** *** **-**** to *** *** ********** in *** ****. **** seemed ** ** ******** better **** ***."
  • "******* ******, **** **** Massachusetts ** **** **"
  • "** **** **** ******* for *** ***** ** June. *** ****** *** still ****** ** ** they **** ** ******** months **** ** **** slow ****. ** **** a **** ******* ***** and **** **** **** to **** *** ** our ********* ** **** time."
  • "**** *** ***** ********* more ******. ***** *********** for ***** ** *** sites. ******* ******!"
  • "*** ** *** ***** or ******** ******** **** been *** ** ****. We *** ******** ** see ***** ** ******** getting ******** *** ** is * *******."
  • "** ** ******* ****** - **** ******* *** us ***** ** ******** installations"
  • "****** *** ******* ******, access ** ****** ***** has ****** ** ***** and ********* *** ******* in ***."
  • "***** ***** *** ************ have ******* **. *** customer ******** **** *** improved."
  • "******** **** ******** *** to ******** ******** ***********, otherwise ** *** ******* and *******. ******* ******** are *** ******* ** quickly, *** ****** ******** seem ********** ** **** point."
  • "*** ******* ** **** towards **** ****. ** are ******* **** **** budgets *** ********* ** last ****, *** ********* and ***** *********** **** affect **** ****'* ******."
  • "******. * **** ******** a ***** ***** ****** and * *** ****** people. ** ***** ****, an ***********. *******, ******* are ******* * ***** percentage ** ***** ****** staff ******* ********* ***** 2021. ** **** ***** continues ****** ** ** 2021, **** **** ****** destruction *** *****."
  • "******* *** ******** *** "Out ** ****" ****. As ** ********** ** will ****** ** ***** ever *** **** ********* want ** ** **... and **** *** ******* to *** *** ****... We *** ***** ***** contractors **** *** ***** distant *********."
  • "*********, *** ******* ****** as ******** ****. ********** downside **** **** ***** coronavirus ******."
  • "******* **** ** *** still ****** ******* **** installs *** *******. **** customers *** ******* ** in *** **** ***** won't ***** ** ** site ****** ** *********. Sales **** ******* ** slow **** **** ** for ****. ** ****'* getting ** **** ******** for ******."
  • "** **** *** **** any ********** ******. ** are *** **** *** momentum ***** ** *** COVID *********. ** *** kind ** ** * flatline *********."
  • "* *** ** ********* are ******* ** *** budget ** ******* ***** the *** ** **** due ** ******** **** were ****** ** *** Coronavirus. ******* * ***** it's ******* ******."
  • "**** ** ** ** is ******* ****** ***** we *** *** ******* into ******** ********** ** do ************ *** ******* work. ** **** *** a **** ******** ** service ***** *** *** project *********. ******* ***** are ** *** ** the **** **** ** service *** **** ** sites *** * ******."
  • "********** ******* ****** ** businesses *** ********** ********** open **** **."
  • "****** *** ********* ** open ** ***, **** more ********"
  • "*****, *** **** **** be ****. *** ****** year, *** *****."
  • "**** **** **** **** ready ** ***** **** in ***** *** ***** on ****, *** ******* things **** ** ** getting ******. * **** been **** ** *** in **** ****** ** do ******* ***** *** maintenance *** **** *** some *** ********."
  • "******* ******. ** **** able ** ***** ********* and ********** *** * good ******* ** *** customers."
  • "** ***** *****, ****** had **** ** *** rise. *** **** ****** having ** **** **** on **-******* *** ******* down *** **** ** Texas * **** **** it's ***** ** *** worse."
  • "** ******* ** *******--******* our ******** ******* ** pick ** ****** *** a ****** ** ********* were **** ** **** payments ******* **** **** flow."
  • "****** *** ******* ** so * ***** *** they *** ******* ******."

No ******, ******** ** ******

****** * ******* ** integrators ******** ** ******** Coronavirus ***** *** ****** their ******* ********* ** busy *** **********. ********, their ******** ** ****, calls ***** ** ********** as ***** ******** ******* reopen, *** ****-** ****** is ****** ******** ******:

  • "**'** ** **** ** can't **** **** ** with **. **'** **** more ******* ** *** first *** ******** ** this **** **** ** have ** *** ******* of *** *******. ** currently **** ****** **** to **** *** *********** busy *** *** ********* of *** ****."
  • "** **** ******** **** strong *** ****** *** same ** *** ****. Security ** * ******* indicator ** * ** convinced ** ***'* *** any ******* ****** ***** the ***** ** *** year. ***** ****, *** bets *** ***."
  • "*********** *** **** ** busier."
  • "*** ********* ** **** busy *** **** ** service ***** ***** ***** of *******."
  • "** **** *** *********** very **** ** *** slow **** ******* ** the *********** *** ** fact **** ******** **** inquires ***** *******."
  • "******** *** **** ******* with *******/********* ************* *** demonstrations."
  • '** *** ***** **** well ***** ***."
  • "** ******* *** **** weeks, *** *** ** is **** ** ****** and **** ****** ** fact."
  • "** **** ** ****** reopened, *** ****** ******* ringing."
  • "**** ********** ******* ** we *** **** **** busy."
  • "** *** **** ** normal **********. "
  • "** *** ******* **** right *** *** ************* keep ******* **, *** second **** ** *** year ** ******* ** to ** **********."
  • "**’** *** ******* **** the ****** ****, ***** March, *** **** ****** in ******** ** *******."

Very ********: ********* ** ***

************* *** **% ** Integrators, *** ********* ** still **** ***. ******** responses ******* ** *** business, ** *** ******* requests, *** ***** ***** pipelines:

  • "**** ******** ** ****** much ** * ********** in ****, ****** *******. Luckily ** ** * lot ** ** **** as ****."
  • "***** - ***** *** down *** **** ************ on ***** *** ******* jobs ** **** ** slowing **** *** **** pace."
  • "***** *** ****. ********* are *** ******* ** spend ***** ***** *** health/economic *********** ****** **."
  • "***** ** **** ******* installs **** **** ****** out *** *** ********* June ******** *** *** in ****. ****, ******* clients **** *** **** on ******** *** ** Coronavirus."
  • "** ****-**-**** ********. *** projects ** ****. ****** stores ******* *** ********* not *********."
  • "*****, *** **** ************* of ** *******"
  • "****** *** *** *****, no ******, ** *****, no ********."
  • "** ******* *** ******** model *** *** ** do "****" ** *** field."
  • "******* **** ***** ** some *****. *** **** office ** ***** ****** for ***-********* *********. **** sites ****** ******. **** clients **** ****** **** awards ***** ******** *** financials."
  • "**** **** ****** ********* still ******* **** ****."
  • "******* *****. ********'* ******** has **** ******* *** any ******* *** **** delayed."
  • "** *** ** ********. We **** ** **** backlog ******."
  • "********** ** ***** **** bad ****, ** **** it ******* ****."
  • "******* *** ******* * large ********** ** ***** office ***** ******* ********* until ****. ** **** trend ********* ****** ** of ****, **** **** demand *********** *** *****."
  • "******* **** **** ******* or *** ** ****."
  • "* *** ** ******** in ******** ****** ****, but ******** **** *********."
  • "********* ** *** ********* not **** ** **** decisions ** ****** ******** due ** *** ******* state ** *** *******."
  • "*** ******** *** ****** due ** ******* ******** - ******** ** ***** put ** ****."
  • "*** ******* ****** *** just ****** ***** *****. Had ** ******** ** a ******* ***** ************."

New ****: ******* ***** ** ********

* *** ***** ** June ** *** ******* some **** ***** ******* mandatory-close ****** *** ********* work-at-home ******** ******* * rebound *****:

  • "** ****, *** ********* started ** *** ******, but *** ****** **** of ****** ** ******* up ********* *** **** doesn't ***** *********."
  • "** *** **** ** normal **********. **** ****** with *** ****** ******* going ** *** **** how **** ** ***** to **** **."
  • "*** **** * ** meeting **** ** **** with ****** *'* ******* how **** ************** *'* hearing ***** *** ****** of ***** ** *** area (**** ****** ******* it's **** ******* **** it **)."
  • "** *** ******* **, but ** ** ******* due ** ********* *********** and **** ** ** area."
  • "****** ** *********, *** that ** ******** *** because ** *** *** COVID ********."

Slow **** & **** ****** *****

******* *********** **** ***** customers *** ****** ** pay ******** *** ******* materials **** ********* ** more ********* ** * consequence ** ***********:

  • "***** **** ********** *****'* re-opened ** ****** *** working **** ****, **'* taking ****** ** *** paid ** ********. "
  • "*** ******* ***** *** been ******* ********* ** our ********, ********** ** install ** ******** *** we **** *** **** of ****** **** ******."
  • "**'* ***** *** ** there ** ***** ******** in ***********, ********* ******* for * ***** *****, and *** ********, **** the ****** ** ***** infected ** *** *****, then *** ********** ********* requirement *** ******* ***** and **********."
  • "********* ********* ** **** flow ** *** *** work *** ****** **** longer ***** ****."
  • "**** **** ***** **** we *** ****** ** that *** ************** *** backed ** ************* *** charging ***** *** *******"
  • "******* ******* **** **** as ******* ******** ***** March."
  • "******* **** ****** *** now ** *** ****** very ****** ****** ***** issues ** *** ******** alarm **** ** *** business **** ********** ** parts ************ ** *** as ****** *** ******* from ********* *** ***. CCTV *** ****** ******* still **** ****** **** on *****."
  • "**** ***** *** ****** components **** ******* ** get ******* ********** ******* in **** *** * few ******."

Improving ******* ***

******** ** ******** ******, the ********* ** ****** growing **** ******** ******* the ****** ******. ******* now ****** **** ******* stay-at-home ****** **** ********* demand ** **** *****:

  • "****** ******* ******. ****** is ****** *** ******* hit ** ****** - specifically **** *********. *** for *** **** ****, other ******** ******** *** back ** *****. ** are * *** ********* that **** ********* **** pull **** ** ******** over *** **** *** months, ** *** *** recover ***********. **** ***** have * *********** ****** on *** ********."
  • "**** ***** ***** ** a ***** *********** ****** because *** ******* ** opening ** *** *** market ** **** **********."
  • "******* ****** ** ** more ************ ** **** in ***** ******."
  • "** **** *********, ********** is **** ** ******. There *** * **** for ***** ******* *******, sneeze *******, *** ********* (non-touch) *****. ** *** last ****, ******* ** removing ****** *****, ** are **** ** ********* staff ******."
  • "****** ******. **** ***** are ******* ** ** access ** ******* ******. Some **** **** *** put ** **** ** starting ** ******."
  • "***** **** **** ***** in ****, ***** ***** quite *** ** *****/***."
  • "****** *** ******* ****** (for ***** *** *** not ****** ** *****). I've *** **** ************ work ** **** **** in ******** ******."
  • "*** ******** *** ********* from *** **** * months **** * *********** of *** *** ** the ********* **** *** governments ******* *** ******** to ***** *** ************ sector."
  • "****** **** *** ******** as *** ********** *** begun ** ****** *** restriction *** **'* ****** customers **** ****** ****** need ** **** *********** routine."
  • "******* ******. ** ***** of *** ******* ******, there *** ***** * number ** *** ******** that *** ***** *******. But *** ********** **** a ***** ******. ******* capacity ** **** ** site *** ** ********** regulations *** ************* ********* in ***** ** ****** compliance."

Outside *** **, **** ***** ***

*******, ****** **% ****** the ********* ** '****' impacted *** *** ******* situation ******* *****:

  • "*****, ********* *** ******, so ** **** ** done. *** **** **** are ****** ***'* ***** anyone **** ******* ** come **."
  • "** *** ******, ********** access ** ***** ** undertake ******** ********."
  • "******* ******* **** **** as ******* ******** ***** March."
  • "*****. **** ** *** end-users *** ******.."
  • "**'* ***** ********* ** do **** *** ********* are ****** ******* ** to $$ ******* ** what *** ****** *** hold."
  • "******* *** ******** ** allow *** ********* ***** onto ***** ********** ***** in **** ******* *** turnover. **** *** ***** this, ********* **** ** usually **** **** **** put * **** ** spending ** ******** *** new ******* *** ****** maintaining ***** ***** *******."

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Comments (3)

* ****** *** **** of **** ** ********** affected? ** *** **, firms ** *** ***** and ********* ** **** like **** *** *** a ******* ***. ***** in *** ******* *** Northwest *** ** ****** the ******** **** ** the *****. ***************, ** seems **** *** ** would ** ******** ** pick ** ** ****.

* ****** ** ********* factors *** ******** ** play. ****** **** ******* like *** *******, *** the ********* ** ***** regions, **** *********** ** commercial ** **********/****** ********. Here ** *** ***** east *** ********** *** public ******** ************ ** haven't **** *** **** of * *******.

* **** *** *** impression **** ***** *** larger *********** ***** **** more **** ******* ** their ****** ******** **** maybe * ******* ********** with **** ********.

*****, * **** *** data *** **** ****. You *** **** ** a ****** ***** ** you ********* ******** ***** on ********, ******* ****, if *** ******* ** in * ********* *****, etc.

** ** ****** ***** report, *** * ***** get * **** **** that * *** ***

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