Euralarm has welcomed its newest member Verisure, the European provider of professionally monitored security systems. The company will join both the Security and Services Section.
Verisure will now benefit from Euralarm’s services in terms of representation in front of European institutions and standardisation organisations. This includes the monitoring of legislative and standardisation issues relevant to the industry.
Verisure will have access to the extended network of national associations and major companies in the electronic fire safety and security sectors which form Euralarm’s membership. The new membership will create opportunities for both parties as it also strengthens the association.
Verisure provides professionally monitored security systems with 24/7 response services. It protects more than 3.5 million customers in 16 countries across Europe and the Latin American region.
The company’s mission is to bring peace of mind to businesses by providing them with the best security solutions and services. Verisure is known for category-creating marketing, sales excellence, innovative products and services and customer-centricity.
Verisure protects a highly satisfied and loyal customer base, with some of the strongest growth rates and best retention rates globally in consumer-facing services, demonstrating its exceptional service levels and strong value proposition to its customers.
Gain expertise on markets and opportunities
Companies joining Euralarm gain a unique insight into what is happening across European markets and the opportunities that they might offer. They can not only tap into the political expertise and understanding of the EU policy, but also make personal connections with technical and political experts and potential business partners.
Being a member of Euralarm enables companies and associations to gain expertise on standardisation. Members have their voice heard in Brussels and can support and help to direct standardisation and legislative processes.
The Security Section meetings gather experts presenting on topics such as the standardisation landscape on video surveillance. The Security Section liaises with key standardisation groups in the security field and closely follows technological developments to guide regulation and standardisation.
In terms of standards, the Security Section continues to inform its members of changes and advocates key activities at both the national and EU levels.