Find out how you can use one software to keep an exact account of your services, bill your clients with error-free invoices, customize pay rates and cycles to clear your security guards’ payrolls, and keep overtime expenses in control.
In an industry known for high staff turnover and tight margins, what can be done to tackle security scheduling problems such as no-call no-shows and to fill vacant shifts before there’s an impact on your customers?
One of the golden rules of business ownership is ensuring that your bottom line is always in tune with goals and productivity.
Determining your budget for physical security software starts by evaluating your company’s assets and the cost to equip yourself with the necessary security tools.
Finding ways to reduce overtime expenses should be one of your top priorities - in the long run, it could be key to maintaining a profitable business.
To strengthen your corporate physical security, an audit will give you the elements you need to better strategize. The security audit includes a thorough examination of your facilities.
While security budgets may seem like a large amount up front, they should be viewed as investments for your company.
For a security company to grow and expand, it’s very important to make decisions based on accurate and reliable data. Discover the benefits of data analytics.
Security investments offer long–term benefits for your company. What you do now can help you save thousands of dollars in the future.
Here's our checklist of the 7 essential steps to selecting a new security operations software to help run your security services firm.
Before you approve your security technology purchase order, consider these five pointers that will protect you from buyer remorse.