Sensor opens in Gauteng

January 2010 News

Sensor Security Systems has announced it will be opening a Centurion branch in Gauteng this summer. An increased need from clients for a local footprint necessitated this move.

“We appreciate the significance of being able to grow our business despite the current economy,” says Sensor’s MD Jean Brown. “I believe that the way in which we synergise our team’s collective expertise to the benefit of installers and resellers alike differentiates us in the industry. The move to Gauteng is also further proof of our commitment to customer service and satisfaction.”

Sensor Gauteng will be headed up by Henry Brown, key accounts director who has wide-ranging management, product and service experience. A trained health and safety officer, Brown’s interest in technology soon became a driving force when the father and son team started Sensor Security Systems five years ago. He is a certified product provider/technician for, amongst others, Bosch, AverMedia and Axis.

Henry Brown
Henry Brown

The Sensor team aims to provide Gauteng with reliable service and team work which has become a trademark and real competitive edge in the security industry. As part of its dedication to service delivery, Sensor will uphold its 48-hour delivery promise; ongoing product training; and before and after-sales technical support in this region as well.

For more information contact Jean Brown, Sensor Security Systems, +27 (0)21 914 7557, jean@sensorsecurity.net



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