Diebold Strengthens Electronic Security National Accounts Program, Expands to Commercial Market
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Security leader gains momentum with key hires, new customers
NORTH CANTON, Ohio, Sept. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE: DBD) is already an established leader in helping national financial customers secure their assets. Now, the expansion of the company's Electronic Security National Accounts Program is bringing that expertise to the commercial space.
Long committed to the national accounts arena, Diebold is known for partnerships with regional, national and global financial institutions. Commercial national accounts can now fully leverage Diebold's security experience and innovation.
"As the only remaining North American pure-play national systems integrator and monitoring provider, we're in a unique position to serve the evolving needs of the commercial security marketplace," said Tony Byerly, executive vice president, electronic security. "Diebold delivers on the requirements of national accounts customers seeking a partner to customize a program to their specific needs, while also standardizing delivery across multiple sites and technologies."
Diebold's expansion has gained momentum with the addition of more than 30 new national and global commercial customers in 2013. New customers have selected Diebold because its program offers key elements they demand: a single point of contact, dedicated account management, consistent service delivery, engineering and project management expertise, centralized decision making, program management, and standardization of technology, solutions and processes. Unlike other national providers, Diebold focuses solely on the needs of businesses.
Integral to Diebold's expansion has been the addition of key hires. The company has doubled the size of its North American commercial account team, while continuing to also expand the management team for financial accounts.
Diebold's extensive national accounts footprint includes 110 branch offices across North America, which are home to highly skilled account managers and service technicians from coast to coast.
Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE: DBD) is a global leader in providing innovative self-service technology, security systems and related services. Diebold has approximately 16,000 employees worldwide and is headquartered near Canton, Ohio, USA. Visit Diebold at www.diebold.com or on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DieboldInc.
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