Security 101 wins Social Responsibility Award at Axis ACCC

by Kathy Fessler on Oct 30, 2018 10:29:24 AM
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Security 101 was given the 2018 Social Responsibility Award by Axis Communications at its 13th annual Axis Connect & Converge Conference (ACCC) held in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, presented these annual awards to top channel, software and technology partners.  

Security 101 received this honor for its exemplary success and loyalty, delivering innovative solutions to meet customer needs. Security 101 is comprised of longtime, dedicated security professionals who hold a strong desire to make a difference in the security industry and together these individuals make up TEAM101. Through our core values of "fanatical" customer service, integrity and fun, we are proud to say that we maintain lasting relationships with our customers and business partners by exceeding their expectations and earning their trust. We're socially conscious through our annual Gift of Security program. Through the program, participating offices donate their services and products to make a local nonprofit safer to operate. 

“I’d like to congratulate Security 101 on receiving this award. It truly is an honor to bring together the top companies in our industry at ACCC and recognize those strong relationships and shared sense of leadership in providing innovative security solutions,” said Larry Newman, Senior Director of Sales, Axis Communications, Inc. “Axis partners are not only part of the industry’s largest professional network but are also an extension of our team.”

Axis is a leading manufacturer and invented the world’s first network camera back in 1996. They have been innovators in video surveillance ever since, increasing the security of millions of people worldwide and helping to meet the growing need for a smarter, safer world.

Axis works with more than 90,000 partners across 179 countries at every stage. Axis’ partner network includes the Channel Partner Program, the Application Development Partner Program, the Architecture and Engineering Program and the Technology Partner Program. For more information about Axis’ partner network, visit http://www.axis.com/us/en/partners.

Security 101's Gift of Security Program 

Every year beginning just before the holidays, Security 101 and its participating offices work to acknowledge and aid the local nonprofits of our cities that help keep them safe. Each office takes nominations from the public for nonprofits that either don't have a security system or could use an upgrade. Once the nominations are in, each office meets with esteemed judges from the city and narrow down the nominations to three qualified finalists. The next step is public voting where the three finalists ask for votes to win the grand prize. 

Axis Communications has been a partner in the program for that last few years and has helped it grow to the size it is now. As program partners, we collectively donate $10,000 worth of integrated services and state-of-the-art products to deserving nonprofits in our local office communities. 

Nominate a Nonprofit

Voting will be open November 19 - December 10 and the winning organization announced shortly after. 

Corporate giving comes in many forms but our offices and product partners put their full support behind the Gift of Security program. It positively impacts deserving nonprofits by helping them improve their safety so they can stay focused on their mission. Not only does the award help the nonprofit winner in each city, it helps make the communities a safer place.

Gift of Security

Learn more about the history of the program and our past winners. Since it started in 2013 by Security 101 - Salt Lake City, Nancy Ford, the program has supported over 50 nonprofits. The program continues to grow each year and involve more cities across the U.S., impacting more communities and making a difference in more lives.

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