Marriott International Approves Viking Electronic as Vendor

In one of its latest moves to improve the safety and comfort of its guests, Marriott International, Inc. has certified Viking Electronic Services as an approved vendor for life and property protection.

07/05/2007


In one of its latest moves to improve the safety and comfort of its guests, Marriott International, Inc. has certified Viking Electronic Services as an approved vendor for life and property protection.

“We’re thrilled to be associated with such a fine name in the lodging industry,” said Michael C. Carter, vice president of sales and marketing for Viking Electronic Services. “We’re glad that they see the value in the fire alarm system technology that we alone can offer. Marriott was impressed with the ability to provide Marriott properties with the ability to provide standardize system programming and the ability to view all of their properties online using eSP. They truly recognized Viking as the Future of Detection.”

Based in King of Prussia, Pa., Viking Electronic Services develops analog-addressable fire alarm systems. Ideal for mid- to large-scale installations and retrofits, such as hotels and businesses and multi-building campuses, the fire alarm system, and its remote access software component offer comprehensive life and property coverage with remote programming and reporting access. systems are available through a network of certified approved dealers.





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