Telaid Continues To Invest in Full Service IT Integrator Strategy and Physical Security Practice With Hire of Physical Security Leader, Robert Miller
September 19, 2018
With more than 25 years’ experience in physical security and loss prevention, Robert most recently served in a strategic sales and operations role for Tyco, a more than $11 billion security integrator, helping Fortune 500 clients engineer and optimize sophisticated physical security systems.
Telaid, Clinton Electronics Partner to Deliver New Public View Monitors for Applications for Loss Prevention and Beyond
August 28, 2018
In an effort to offer the latest, network-based public view monitors (PVMs) to customers to meet their objectives in loss prevention and beyond, Telaid today announced a strategic partnership with Clinton Electronics, a leading provider of innovative CCTV products, public view monitors, specialty displays, and custom designed solutions.
Telaid’s Delivers Unified Physical Security Solutions and Services to Retailers with New Offerings, Leadership
June 11, 2018
Telaid is introducing an innovative approach to unified physical security solutions and day 2 services alongside the appointment of physical security veteran, Mike Korcuba, to Corporate Vice President of Physical Security.
June 8, 2018
Bradley’s appointment is part of Telaid’s growing commitment to further their mission of accelerating the adoption of technology for enterprise clients
See how Telaid makes your complex physical security projects simple: On Time, On Budget, No Surprises.
April 19, 2017
Telaid announced today the opening of a new office in Bentonville, Arkansas, as a part of its growing partnership with the world’s largest retailer.
Experience the “connected store” and hear Kroger executives present at the NRF Big Show 2017 at Telaid’s booth (#1555).
Don’t miss us at NRF LP, June 14-16 in Philadelphia, PA.
January 7, 2015
Driven by applications in customer service, operations and physical security, today wireless installations and upgrades are the top priority for retailers. In a survey conducted by Wi-Fi Alliance and Wakefield Research, 47 percent of shoppers indicated they would be more likely to choose one store over another if it offered seamless, automatic Wi-Fi.