Cindy Slomovitz, owner of Simply Sweet bakery, on Main Street in Williamsville, wanted a security system to make sure her bakery was secure after hours. As a new business owner, with limited cash flow, Cindy was looking for an inexpensive, easy-to-use, reliable security solution.
After a year of working out of her home, Cindy Slomovitz, Proprietor, made the decision to fulfill her dream and open a bakery and food emporium in the Village where everything is gluten free.
Dennis Walczak was in the market for a camera security system. He was looking for extra security at his auto repair shop for after hours and while he traveled out of town.
Walczak’s Auto Service was established in 1988 by Dennis Walczak in a small, two bay repair shop on Transit Road in Depew, NY.
When Tara Burgess, the Facility Director, launched an initial inquiry into the security, fire alarm and access control systems, she found that the video surveillance system was also not operating properly, and the video was all but useless. EPIC needed a reliable, cost effective, easy to use video surveillance system to record both the interior of the facility and the grounds around the building.
Every Person Influences Children (EPIC), is a “Not For Profit” entity which provides parental counseling.
Tapecon was in need of a security system that was easy to use and would allow them to manage department access for all employees. Tapecon needed a comprehensive security solution including intrusion, CCTV and access control to protect the building and employees at both locations.
Jon Chmielowiec, manager of Upstate Steel, needed to increase the security around his family’s business. When he noticed a strange flatbed frequenting the neighborhood around his workplace, the need for greater security, including video cameras, became critical.
Upstate Steel is a family owned and operated certified women-owned business enterprise founded in 1992 in Buffalo, NY.