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This business provides sales and service in Wisconsin and Northern Illinois of security access control, intrusion alarms, security cameras, network infrastructure, including voice, data, audio, video and fiber optics for inside and outside applications.
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Business ManagementMr. David M. Grebetz, President Ms. Jill Hansen, Office Manager
Security Control Equipment & System Monitors Security Systems Consultants Cable Networking Security Cameras Consultants - Security Fiber Optics Burglar Alarm Systems - Dealers, Monitoring & Service Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths) (NAICS: 561621)
Method(s) of PaymentACH/ Visa/ Mastercard/Discover/Check
Research indicates this company may operate from a virtual office. A virtual office is rented office space used primarily for the business to have a physical local address. Some small business owners choose to rent a virtual office to bridge the gap between the home office and physical office, and have a meeting place for their clients. The company work crew may live locally. Company management may or may not be located within the city and state of the office. Virtual offices have receptionists on staff that route the phone calls any relay messages to the business owners that rent the virtual office space.