D-Tools Joins Electronic Security Association
In another sign of how alarm professionals are becoming whole-home integrators, D-Tools has joined the Electronic Security Association, the largest security dealer association.
Over 3,000 integration companies use D-Tools’ software to help streamline the processes around estimation, system design and project management. D-Tools involvement with the ESA will help strengthen its support to integrators who are participating in the convergence of security, audio/video, and other low voltage systems.
“We’re very pleased to have D-Tools join ESA as an Associate Member and we look forward to their contributions to the association,” says Dom D’Ascoli, ESA president. “We encourage our members to explore the solutions provided by D-Tools.”
Established in 1948, the Electronic Security Association (ESA), a non-profit 501(c) 6 trade association, has evolved into the largest professional trade association in the United States with the purpose of representing, promoting and enhancing the growth and professional development of the electronic life safety, security, and integrated systems industry. In cooperation with a federation of state associations, ESA provides government advocacy and delivers timely information, professional development tools, products and services that members use to grow and prosper their businesses.
“Project accuracy and timeliness is critical for integrators in this industry and we are dedicated to providing security integrators with a solution that will help reduce errors and potential pitfalls associated with specialized security integration focused on public safety,” says Tim Bigoness, vice president of sales & marketing, D-Tools. “We look forward to working with the ESA and connecting with this new community of dealers to help them manage and facilitate a more streamlined process to deliver successful projects for their client engagements.”
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