British Security Industry Association to poll security products end users
The changing attitudes towards access control systems, CCTV surveillance systems and other security products among end-users are set to go under scrutiny as part of the British Security Industry Association latest survey.
The trade body’s annual survey is open to all individuals involved in the procurement and management of security products and services and aims to provide the BSIA – and its members – with a better understanding of the needs of industry customers, while assessing demand for closer cooperation between buyers and suppliers.
The survey will ultimately identify emerging trends in buying behaviour, and how these relate to perceived security threats facing a number of business sectors, from retail to transport, healthcare and education. Furthermore, the research will also assess buyers’ eagerness to forge closer links with the BSIA and its members, through a proposed new ‘stakeholder section’ of Association membership.
James Kelly, Chief Executive of the BSIA, comments: “Understanding the attitudes of our industry’s clients towards security procurement is a key first step in building an open and frank dialogue with those who drive our industry’s continued development and innovation. Through an annual, barometer-style survey, the BSIA aims to gauge the broader security concerns of our industry’s clients, while giving us a better understanding of the extent to which security is prioritised within a range of business sectors.”
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