For that reason LenSec's sponsorship of the TASB/TASA Convention is a natural fit.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) September 27, 2007
Since 1960, the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) and the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) have partnered to bring school board members and school administrators the state's premier education-related Convention. This Convention offers school board members and school administrators the opportunity to earn more than 16 hours of continuing education credit, hear outstanding keynote speakers, explore a tradeshow with hundreds of exhibitors, and network with more than 6,000 public school officials.
"LenSec's focus on safety and security at the K-12 level makes them an ideal sponsor for our annual convention," said Johnny Veselka, TASA Executive Director. "The TASB/TASA Convention provides a forum for school board members and school administrators to share best practices and learn about solutions for challenges and priorities they face daily in their local districts. We are pleased that LenSec has a leading role at this event."
LenSec provides school districts end-to-end, full turn-key video management solutions which center around their integrated suite of software providing for password-authorized, browser-based access from any computer. LenSec provides a total, customized solution, including system design, software, hardware, installation, and ongoing service.
"School districts face many challenges in today's environment. It has been LenSec's honor to assist them with their charge of protecting students, staff, visitors and facilities for the past 10 years," said Keith Drummond, LenSec Chief Executive Officer. "For that reason LenSec's sponsorship of the TASB/TASA Convention is a natural fit."
School board officials and administrators are encouraged to visit LenSec at Booth #417, where they can view a live demonstration of the most sought-after solutions, including video surveillance, that aid in the effective management of school safety and security issues.
"Current events continue to make school safety a top priority for school board officials," said Alan Morris, LenSec Regional Sales Director. "There is no better time to begin putting a system in - before something happens."
LenSec, founded in 1998, and based in Houston, Texas, is the leading provider of District-Wide Video Surveillance solutions that allow more effective remote management of facilities and enable instant, real-time collaboration with third-party agencies during an incident. With over 2,000 installations in 30 states across the country, LenSec has the experience and expertise to deliver the most effective solution to manage personnel and facilities at any location by integrating video surveillance, access control, smart cards, RFID and other security and operational applications. For more information, visit http://www.lensec.com