Within the security and surveillance industry, this complexity becomes very clear when you look at the uniqueness of the technologies for monitoring activity on a wide waterway -- or the large acreage that surrounds some large power plants.
The products are different. The terminology is different. The manufacturers on the cutting-edge are different.
At Wide Area Security Corp., our goal is to make it a better experience for all parties involved.
We strive to make it easy for the product buyers to efficiently find the right sellers. And we strive to make it easy for the sellers to spend most of their time with people who are truly capable of benefiting from their products.
We are dedicated to educating you on products and issues that are unique to wide area surveillance projects so you can execute them better. Get the specifications you need. Ask questions. The more we know about what you need, the more we can help. Let us know what you're trying to accomplish. We'll do our best to get you pointed in the right direction. But first, check out our waterways page and our large sites page.
If you have a highly reliable product -- and your main challenge is to build the marketing and sales processes, priorities, and mindset for massive growth -- then you've arrived at the right place.
In the U.S. seaports industry, we've worked closely with a radar manufacturer who wanted great penetration in that industry. When we started with them, they were completely unknown. We showed them how to win their first project in that industry -- a small but crucial win. Then we guided them to a bigger one. And another and another, until they won the largest and most coveted project in that industry. That was all in two years.
Alternatively, you might have great reliability and sufficient revenue growth, but your customers or prospective customers find your company difficult to work with. If you have funds available to attack this problem -- and the will to make fundamental changes -- we can help with this too.
Our personnel have worked with Fortune 500 companies like Unisys and Sprint to implement processes that allow customers to feel like they're dealing with a local mom-and-pop business.
You already understand that long-term customers are crucial to your long-term success. And you understand that their end-to-end experience -- from first hearing about you, to getting pricing, to placing orders, to receiving your products, to your RMA process, your tech support, and your billing -- they all play a role in your long-term success.
We understand what it takes for massive success.