Security Vision: Meets all your security needs
Security Vision, a well-established name in the security systems
industry is involved in three interrelated businesses: sourcing,
distribution and systems integration.
are not selling products alone, but a combination of services and
products. The services include conceptualisation of the system,
surveying, installing, commissioning and after sales service."
So says Shashank Patil, proprietor of Security Vision.
The company, established in the year 1993-94 is involved in three
interrelated businesses: sourcing, distribution and systems integration,
with the common objective of delivering quality security systems
to the client.
Sourcing: The company regularly accesses the lowest cost-highest
value security equipment worldwide. Security Vision has built up
significant capabilities in the area through the following: actively
participating in numerous exhibitions and seminars held worldwide
to keep track of the latest products, developing an extensive database
of CCTV, access controls, intruder alarms and other security related
products and vendors in Europe, US, Japan and other countries.
Distribution: It has been able to create a strong distributor
network that can blend with its sourcing activities and also act
as a means of identifying new needs in the Indian market. The company
has created a direct sales network with after sales services all
over India. To maintain a continuous flow of products to their direct
sales, distributors and influencing networks, Security Vision acts
as agents and distributors for firms like Watec Co Ltd, Japan, PPC,
Japan, Dedicated Micros,UK, Xetron,USA and Menvier,UK.
Systems Integration: The company has set up complex systems
for large unusual projects. This includes large security and surveillance
systems, using CCTV in newer applications like image processing
and factory automation, or sensitive applications like medical diagnostic
and surgical equipment.
"Ninety per cent of our security devices are imported,
since it is impractical to manufacture in India given the high costs
and the infrastructural requirements," says Patil, an entrepreneur
in every sense of the word.
By: Anupama Vinayak