Convergint Technologies Expands STEP Up Program For 2019 And Invites Underserved Schools To Apply For Free Security Upgrades

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., March 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Local schools in cities across the country in need of security updates can apply now through April 15th to be considered for no-cost upgrades and services from Convergint Technologies, a worldwide leader in service-based systems integration.

From comprehensive security audits, security recommendations, to the installation of new operating systems, Convergint is offering their services, free of charge, for qualifying underserved schools. The effort is part of Convergint’s 18th annual Convergint Social Responsibility Day on June 7, which will include over $900,000 in donated time and materials.

For more information or details on how schools can apply for STEP Up security updates, visit www.convergint.com/STEPUp.

“School security continues to be a priority for us, and we’re in a unique position to help address some of the issues facing our underserved communities,” said Tony Varco, Vice President of Security at Convergint Technologies. “We launched our STEP Up initiative last year to be proactive about school security, and we were able to donate our time to improve conditions at 8 underserved schools. Our goal for June 7 is to spread the word about STEP Up, double the amount of participating schools, and allow our colleagues to make an impact in their neighborhoods.”

Convergint’s STEP Up programs continue to offer free resources for schools, including downloadable checklists, details on how to budget for safety enhancements, and training information for school personnel. For more information about free resources, visit www.convergint.com/STEPUp.

About Convergint Technologies – Convergint Technologies is a global, industry-leading systems integrator that designs, installs, and services electronic security, fire alarm, and life safety systems. To learn more about Convergint, visit www.convergint.com.

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