Atlanta, June 21, 2018—U.S. Security Associates (USA) announced today the next-generation release of their proprietary P3 Technology Platform(SM). Designed to improve safety and reduce risk by enhancing onsite guarding services, P3 uses an advanced knowledge base, a robust artificial intelligence (AI) engine, and an industry leading workflow capability to provide insight into the drivers of risk, make recommendations that reduce incidents for businesses, institutions and agencies, and ensure that those recommendations are carried out.
Winner’s Circle is the pinnacle event for U.S. Security Associates. Every year, we gather the people who have made outstanding contributions in the previous year.
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Atlanta, May 2, 2018 – U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading security solutions provider, shared the expertise of Lisa Terry, CHPA, CPP, Vice President of Healthcare Security, with the team that developed…
Building on the successes of 2017, the momentum of 2018 heralds a bright future for our company with a path Laid clear by The Big 5SM and The USA WAYSM .
When you manufacture perishable goods, mistakes matter. An elevated temperature in a truck trailer isn’t an inconvenience; it’s a critical health issue. And a mistaken destination set point for a delivery? With goods that have an expiration date, deliveries aren’t late—they’re a loss.