Why maintaining your security system is better for your bottom line

Retailers need to keep their video surveillance systems up to date and in service. (image)Why maintaining your security system is better for your bottom line | #ESC_LLC | Retailers and developers worldwide are beginning to focus on transforming their stores into experiential areas for customers to connect with their brand, but some of the most important decisions a retail or property business can make should – ideally – go completely unseen by the customer (insideretail). https://wp.me/p97JNV-1yY

Having a fully functional security system isn’t a nice to have – it’s a necessity. If something happens within the boundaries of a property and there isn’t an adequate record of what transpired, it can be very difficult to prove what happened and get down to the truth of the matter. (read more)

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John Larkin giving a talk to an Ohio group.

“Without a doubt the author of the above article is spot on. Without a quality recording of a criminal in the act, it’s very hard for police to convict the perpetrator, which means restitution may not take place,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “If you have a video surveillance system, a burglar alarm, or an access control system, you should keep it in tiptop shape by committing to a routine service and maintenance plan with your security company.”

If you’re in need of quality service and your regular security provider is unable to help, you can always call on the people who have your back: ESC! Call us at 614-754-1393, email ESC@tpromo.com or go to http://bit.ly/2LkfvU1. ESC is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) operating throughout Ohio.