On August 10, 2023, our company began operating publicly as Secuni.
We have selected the new name to reflect our steady expansion beyond security technology integration, to include managed services and the unification of systems that solve a company’s security, safety, and operational requirements.
Our company turned 24 this year.
And like a college graduate with some real-world experience, we’ve got a fairly developed sense of how we work with others and make decisions.
Our small teams approach works because Secuni employees tend to stay with us for a long time.
We speak particularly plainly about two matters.
The advantages of open-architecture solutions, as compared to more closed platforms which lock you in. We have seen enough situations where client requirements evolve over time and users discover that the closed platform(s) do not readily rise to the new needs, and that the cost or complexity of deployment is actually prohibitive.
Here’s the sequence of people you might meet when you hire a typical security technology integrator.