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ECD Systems Earns 2015 Diamond Distributor Award

Security and Critical Communications Company Recognized for Commitment, Expertise and Dedication in Customer Service

Tempe, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 16, 2015

ECD Systems, a Tempe, Arizona-based leader in fire/life safety, security and critical communications design and service, was awarded with the prestigious Diamond Distributor Award at the annual national Honeywell/NOTIFIER conference in San Antonio, Texas earlier this month.

The Diamond Distributor Award is given out annually to businesses that partner with Honeywell to use their products for complex business projects involving fire and life safety systems and demonstrate a commitment to customer service.

“We are honored to be recognized by Honeywell for our commitment, expertise and dedication to our clients,” said Mike Bradley, co-owner of ECD Systems. “We work hard as a team and pride ourselves for being the leader in fire/life safety, security and critical communications in Arizona.”

ECD Systems is the preferred technology partner for hundreds of Arizona institutions and businesses offering integrated solutions and services for an array of education, hospital and commercial clients. For more details about how ECD Systems can assist your business, please visit http://www.ecdsys.com.

About ECD Systems
ECD Systems has been Arizona’s leading provider of innovative solutions for a wide array of industries for the past 30 years. Working with educational institutions, hospital facilities as well as government agencies and businesses, ECD Systems offers integrated solutions and services including security and fire alarm, fire inspections and service, integrated communications, video surveillance, access control, energy management, audio/video and more. Please visit http://www.ecdsys.com for more information.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/10/prweb13025862.htm

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