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LRG Inc. to represent Cypress access control solutions in central United States
“Having LRG Inc. represent Cypress is a win-win partnership,” said Paul Ahern, Cypress president. “LRG is a company which is focused not just on selling pieces and parts, but on solution selling. They are known for providing outstanding technical as well as sales support, and have dedicated personnel which get to the root of customer needs.”
“The Cypress lineup of access control solutions perfectly complements our portfolio of access control and contractor technology solutions,” said LRG President Chris Lanier. “We are excited to help integrators stand out from the competition with Cypress solutions which bridge and extend component capability. We will be able to provide companies a complete, flexible access control package to save time and money for both legacy and new access control installations.”
LRG Inc. will now represent Cypress within the states of Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana.
Established in 2001, LRG has become one of the largest security representative firms in the Central U.S., providing true independent consultation for the access control contractor, along with a six-person support center for pre- and post-installation needs and project assistance. To learn more, call (409) 384-4560 or go to LanRepGroup.com.
Since it was founded in 1983, Cypress Computer Systems, dba Cypress Integration Solutions, has remained a recognized leader in the design and manufacture of electronic security solutions and technologies, with products made in the U.S.A. Currently available solutions include wireless credential readers, data format converters, wireless Wiegand extenders, fiber and wired Wiegand reader extenders, and Wiegand splitters– solutions which are used worldwide to solve unique design and installation challenges. Cypress also custom-engineers solutions, and supplies products to make the transition to the Security Industry Association’s Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) standard. To learn more, go to CypressIntegration.com.