Security Information Systems Celebrates 20 Years of Innovation & Service

Central station automation software innovator Security Information Systems, Inc. (SIS) celebrates their 20th anniversary.

Nov. 30, 2007, Orlando - Over the years, the evolution of alarm monitoring software has been fast and fascinating. Back in the 80's if you wanted central station monitoring software it was installed, on location, by the vendor. Presenting a new delivery concept, Security Information Systems Inc. (SIS) lead the industry by mailing self -installing programs on floppy disks worldwide.


Moving forward 20 years, SIS now has over 5,000 central station customers in 99 countries, and is commonly known by the slogan "We Monitor the World"™. The Alarm Center® monitoring software is very popular with many central stations, government agencies, colleges and universities, Fortune 500 companies, and the like.. Their software installations and technical services are now provided instantaneously by experienced in -house SIS technicians via high speed Internet connectivity.

Popular features of the current SIS Alarm Center® monitoring software suite include Internet Web 2.0 operability, SMS cell phone reporting, accounting & service scheduling, encrypted database synchronization via Internet, and extensive 3rd party DVR and digital/IP alarm receiver support. SIS Marketing Director Greg Gilbert comments, "Twenty years of software evolution has produced many exciting, tried, and proven features for our customers".

SIS international headquarters and training center is located in Orlando, Florida. Additional information is available at www.securitysoftware.com.


For more information, contact Greg Gilbert at (407) 345 -1550 or visit www.securitysoftware.com.

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