We have long since passed the point when executive management had to be made aware of the need to establish and maintain a secure environment in the workplace. It is now universally understood that threats exist, and that organizations must take steps to reduce risk and create a safe space for personnel, students, visitors, customers and vendors.
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Entrances are probably not the first thing you think of when considering ways to be more cost-effective in your business. However, an inefficient entryway into your company’s building will not only cost you time but money. With security, environmental and general maintenance issues all having the potential to impact your company’s profits, choosing the right entrance is essential - but it does not have to be difficult.
Welcome to the fifth installment of our S.T.A.R.T.S.S.® blog series. In this series, we’re taking a deeper look at our S.T.A.R.T.S.S. Decision Methodology, which provides a framework for choosing the best security entrance. Click here to see our introductory blog.
Today’s topic: Return on Investment (ROI).
In recent years, this question seems to be coming up more and more often: “Which security entrance has the best ROI?” On the surface, it seems to be a reasonable managerial question, one that gets to the heart of today’s business. The most correct answer, however, reveals why answering is so difficult – the true answer is: “It depends.”