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Kastle Systems

October 20, 2015 09:30 ET

Kastle Systems Honored as the Most Innovative Company in the Security Industry by SDM Magazine

Kastle Systems Wins the Prestigious 2015 SDM Systems Integrator of the Year Award

FALLS CHURCH, VA--(Marketwired - October 20, 2015) - Kastle Systems was presented with the Systems Integrator of the Year award for outstanding innovation, an unwavering commitment to customer service and world class employees. Kastle has been leading the security industry for more than four decades with their managed security service offering for the commercial real estate and multifamily industries through leveraging state of the art technology combined with best in class customer service.

"SDM founded its Systems Integrator of the Year Award in 2004 to recognize one company every year that demonstrates unmistakable success, a high level of innovation, the use of industry best practices, and notable growth and accomplishments in the systems integration industry. With its commitment to the managed service approach, customer-centric focus, teamwork style and drive to continually innovate, Kastle Systems truly embodies all that this award was created to recognize. We congratulate Kastle Systems on being named SDM's 2015 Systems Integrator of the Year," says Karyn Hodgson, Senior Editor of SDM Magazine.

Companies of every size have earned the award and inspired their peers with the unique ways they have approached their business, the industry, and the community around them. Previous winners include some of the largest and fastest growing companies in the industry such Siemens, Diebold and Johnson Controls, but this year Kastle rose to the top to beat out these and other players in the industry.

"This award is the culmination of everything that we have been working towards since we purchased the company in 2007. I am immensely proud of our entire Kastle team and their dedication to the relentless pursuit of excellence," said Chairman Mark Ein.

With existing innovations such as an award-winning video-as-a-service platform that lets users manage, store and search video in the cloud, combined with KastlePresence, an upcoming Smart Building platform release, Kastle sets the bar for forward-thinking in the security industry. KastlePresence is a suite of Smart Building Internet of Things (IoT) applications and personalized services that will redefine how workers, administrators, and property managers interact with and understand commercial workplaces. It is due to be released later this quarter.

Service has always been the core pillar for Kastle, who coined the term managed security over 40 years ago to articulate the idea of a completely outsourced and managed security solution for buildings and tenants. While most companies say that they are committed to service, Kastle takes it even further by embedding it in every element of the company culture and through enlisting the help of J.D. Power to benchmark the Kastle customer experience.

About Kastle Systems
Kastle Systems has been leading the security industry for more than 40 years with new technologies and advanced security solutions. Kastle operates and manages security systems for its clients remotely, around-the-clock. Currently, Kastle protects over 10,000 locations nationwide and internationally today. Kastle's innovative outsourced security services significantly reduce costs and improve the critically important, 24/7 performance of security systems for building owners, developers and tenants. Kastle Video systems deliver the latest advancements in monitored video solutions, including high-definition cameras, cloud-enabled network recording and cutting-edge video analytics. Headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia Kastle is the largest security company in DC according to the Washington Business Journal. Kastle Systems also has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and Sydney, Australia. To learn more about Kastle's security solutions, visit or call 1-855-527-8531.

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