Our employee spotlight this month is on someone that certainly needs no introduction. Mr. Gary Gandy aka “Tiny”. Gary began his career with Signal Technologies in 2007 as a service and install technician, bringing with him expertise in cable placement and overall system installation. Tiny manages the installation and service department of Signal Technologies, ensuring that each member of our team and most importantly our customers know the value of caring compassionate service. If you have had the privilege to meet this strapping young lad you know his passion for golf and love of music. Pictured is Uncle Tiny spending time with the two most special folks in his life, his niece and nephew! When Gary is not answering technical questions or making sure each job is completed on time, you will most often find him singing a tune, out on the links driving the little white ball, or simply hanging out with his two littlest admirers. We are grateful that Tiny is a part of the Signal Technologies family and is truly an example of caring, compassion, and dedication to everything in life, including our customers!
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Improving Long-Term Resident Care with Access Control Technology Healthcare facilities face a number of unique challenges when it comes to maintaining a safe, secure environment for patients, residents, employees, and visitors. This is true across a wide range of facility types, including independent living communities, assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals. Healthcare facilities… Read more »
Electronic Access Control: The Key to Campus and School Security In recent years, security has become a major concern for schools and college campuses. An increase in campus violence and school shootings means that elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and college and university campuses must take action to ensure the safety and wellbeing of… Read more »