The new Security Integrator Finder's goal is to list every integrator in the world, overlaid on Google Maps.
Here's how you benefit:
- Integrators can more easily be found by end users and manufacturers.
- Manufacturers and distributors can locate potential new dealers / partners.
- Consultants / A&Es can find more integrators who can bid on projects.
- End users can find more suppliers in their areas.
This quick video show you a glimpse of how it works:
Not only are integrator offices mapped, but each 'pin'/location includes a link to go to the integrator's website.
Try out the Security Integrator Finder now.
Adding More Integrators
Since there has never been a comprehensive independent list of security integrators, the main challenge is finding and adding all integrators in.
So far, we have 1300 integrators listed but we want to add thousands more. There is no cost required at all and the Finder will be a public, free resource.
Please submit other integrators either by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submitting the integrator addition form.
In the future, we would like to add more information details, such as licenses, certifications, lines carried, employees, years in business, etc. However, that is minimally 6 months or a year away as it will take a significant data collection process.
What Do You Think?
We are excited that this will help the community better find integrators and help integrators get more visibility.
Try the Integrator Finder out. Let us know what you think and, again, we welcome input on more integrators either by emailing us at email@example.com or submitting the integrator addition form.
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