S-O-S Electronics Corporation Milwaukee, WI
In 1958 S-O-S Electronics was founded by Robert Andreotti. In 1970, the business was passed on to his son, Guy Andreotti. In 1972, Guy's brother Dean joined the company to continue the family tradition. Today Guy, his wife Jane, and Dean continue to grow the business and, Dean's son, Danny, has also joined the operation carrying out the family legacy.
Our number one aim is installing security solutions that will work best for our customers. We will not sell you something just to sell you. We want the Business Security Systems you purchase to be the best possible fit for the way you do business in your environment. We not only install your security equipment but we will always be there to take care of it. We are more interested in your ability to get a return on your investment than we are commissions. Our clients know that when they do business with us that we will be there for them in the long run. Our customers are our partners. They expect the best from us and they get it every time.
- Access Control
- Business Security
- Video Surveillance
Professional Associations and Certifications
- Better Business Bureau
Products and Services
A card access control system will work very well with other security devices and give you a redundant way to make sure that only the right folks are where they are supposed to be.
CCTV security systems are designed to operate continuously. They can be as simplified or complicated as you wish. Either way, you're able to protect your facility and monitor activity in and around it.
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