Dynamic strike gold

James Baird
By James Baird
Managing director James Baird says the accreditation recognises the team’s product knowledge, technical and installation expertise and gives customers access to state of the art products at competitive prices, along with the reassurance that that they are dealing with a reputable firm with a proven track record of successful projects under its belt.
Dynamic strike gold

James says the team is now aiming for Platinum status, which will reflect their expertise in the home automation sector: “The home automation market isn’t just about home entertainment. With the right solutions in place, people can control door access, security, lighting, heating – the list goes on – from wherever they are in the world.

“We see huge potential for home automation, and we’re investing heavily in training for our sales, technical and installation teams to ensure we stay at the forefront of the market. Once we’ve completed this training, we will be eligible for selection as a Comelit Platinum partner.

“We’ve chosen to partner with Comelit because of their great equipment and systems support, but also their commitment to R&D, which sees them investing 8% of profits back into the business every year to continue to deliver new and highly innovate products.

“Comelit have been looking to find skilled and competent networking and security companies in the north of England to emulate our success in the central London arena. Dynamic were an obvious choice for us because of their extensive networking knowledge and likeminded approach to business.”

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“We want to give customers access to those products, and achieve Platinum status before the end of March next year, which will put us alongside only three other companies in the UK with this superior level of product and technical knowledge and installation expertise.”

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