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Next Level Security Records Impressive Growth In Sales For 2012

Published on Feb 11, 2013

Next Level has invested significantly in infrastructure, technology and personnel
At the end of FY 2012, NLSS reported 123% increases in sales over FY 2011 and expects continued growth in 2013

Next Level Security Systems, a provider of a new breed of unified networked security solutions, recently announced that its 2012 sales surpassed those of the previous year. At the end of FY 2012, Next Level reported a 123 percent increase in sales over FY 2011 and the company expects to continue to experience significant sales growth in 2013 and beyond.  

To meet its ambitious business objectives and address new business opportunities, Next Level has invested significantly in infrastructure, technology and personnel. It opened two new offices along the Eastern United States. Its new location in Vero Beach, Fla., enables the company to focus on supporting its customer and partner network in the Southeast while its office in Washington D.C. allows Next Level to focus on the burgeoning government market. The company also increased employee headcount by 30 percent, adding critical personnel in engineering, executive and sales positions.

The last 12 months have marked a significant milestone for Next Level, driven by technical innovations, a strong channel partner network, and an enhanced sales and service structure,” said Peter Jankowski, Chairman and CEO, Next Level Security Systems. “After several successful years, we're excited to be moving beyond the start-up stage. We will continue to make strategic investments in personnel, resources and capabilities to deliver enhanced value to customers across a wide range of markets.”

Next Level also expanded its support and service capabilities to complement the unified security management solutions and managed services it delivers worldwide. The company will host more than 20 certification seminars across North America to meet demand for product training and certification, and will further streamline its support structure to ensure 24/7 support.

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