Everyone from parents to teachers and school officials agrees that classroom and campus safety are major priorities, but pouring money in school security with the aim to prevent a threat that may never materialize could be beyond the scope of sensible spending.
Between the hundreds (or thousands) of security cameras, access control systems, metal detectors, and other safety measures implemented across your school district, it can be hard to stay on top of system changes and new implementations.
Between endless RFPs and the project culture that permeates the industry, integrators start rushing from one project to the next in order to maintain profitability. Your team rushes to finish the existing project so that they can start on the next one.
Nearly half of all US security installations were completed for commercial customers in 2018, and many integrators follow similar processes when trying to complete complex jobs.