Telaid, a trusted, full-service technology integrator for more than 40 years, is proud to be Certified™ by Great Place to Work® for the third year in a row. Results from the Great Place to Work survey revealed that Telaid employees feel engaged in their work. For example, 90% of Telaid employees indicated that they feel … Continue reading Telaid Earns 2022 Great Place to Work Certification
Telaid today announced its continued partnership with the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) as a Bachelor Level Partner for the 2022 calendar year.
Telaid, a trusted, full-service technology integrator for 40 years, specializing in enterprise deployments and technology lifecycle services, today debuted a new state-of-the-art facility in Norcross, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.
A survey of Telaid employees conducted by Great Place to Work, revealed high levels of satisfaction, with 86% of employees indicating that they consider Telaid a great place to work, 27 points higher than the average U.S. company.
Albertsons Companies (NYSE: ACI) today announced that it is the first American grocer to pilot an automated and contactless grocery PickUp kiosk. The kiosk, located at one of its Jewel-Osco stores in Chicago, demonstrates continued expansion of the company’s eCommerce business and deep commitment to providing easy service through its websites and apps.
Telaid has been selected as an authorized distributor in North America for Cleveron as consumer demand for convenient pick-up grows.
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) today announced that Telaid has advanced its partnership to become the newest Bachelor level scholarship partner.
A survey of Telaid employees conducted by Great Place to Work, revealed high levels of satisfaction, with over 90% of employees indicating that they consider Telaid a great place to work, believe the management to be honest and ethical in its business practices, and are proud to tell people they work for Telaid.
Telaid announced today that it has a definitive agreement to acquire Technology Deployment Company (TDC) at year’s end.
Telaid’s partnership with Elo allows Telaid to offer its customers best-of-breed products alongside enterprise deployment and technology management capabilities across the U.S.
Technology partner, Telaid, today announced that it is expanding its Interactive Practice. Dedicated to offering comprehensive audio, visual and interactive solutions so that retail and other enterprise clients can deliver an immersive customer experience. Telaid’s Interactive Practice will be led by technology veteran, Mark Preston.
Following a year of record sales growth, Bill Patsiga, Co-founder and CEO of Telaid for 33 years will step down as CEO. Bill will continue to serve Telaid clients and will also serve on the Board of Advisors.
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced its newest Associate Level Partner, Telaid. The Associate level partnership secures numerous LPQ and LPC certification course scholarships for Telaid to distribute to industry professionals.
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 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.
Bradley’s appointment is part of Telaid’s growing commitment to further their mission of accelerating the adoption of technology for enterprise clients
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.
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.