Commercial Buildings Cover the Night Shift

June 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2008, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p50
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the strategic security partner, a program aimed at reducing a company's operating costs in the U.S. Scott Grossinger Etess of Excel Global Security said the program is an easy way to ensure minimal impact on the building's long-term goal by reducing recurring operating costs. It also allows a building to eliminate the cost of staffing the lobby with uniformed security officer overnight and replacing them with effective access control system.


Related Articles

  • Price to compete. KEHOE, KEVIN // Landscape Management;Oct2008, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p84 

    The article discusses how the pricing of products and services is an integral aspect of running an effective landscaping business. While a company does not have to offer the lowest price every time, it is important to consistently set prices within reach of their lowest reasonable competitor...

  • Cutting overheads.  // Accountancy Ireland;Oct99, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p31 

    Reports on cost management services offered by Auditel Inc. to companies in Great Britain. Percentage of companies that are paying out more each year than they need to; Number of Auditel Cost Management Consultants in Great Britain; Areas of business where Auditel has helped clients reduce...

  • A GUIDE TO POSTWAR PLANNING FOR THE MANUFACTURER. Hoffman, C. T. // Journal of Marketing;Jul1944, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p5 

    The article discusses methods of post World War II manufacturer planning. Postwar planning is similar to long-range planning in business. Experts say effective postwar planning should account for the long-range factors which impact business operations. They recommend dividing the postwar plans...

  • Strategies for cutting costs. TURNING PROCUREMENT INTO A VIRTUOUS CYCLE. Terweeme, Paul // Strategic Finance;Feb2003, Vol. 84 Issue 8, p38 

    In this article the author examines how companies can significantly reduce spending by reexamining their costs related to indirect goods and services. The author notes that this area of an organization's spending is riddled with inefficiency. He notes that this inefficiency is largely due to a...

  • Why Some People Always Make Money in the Service Business. FREDERICK, CHRIS "CHUBBY" // Motor Age;Oct2009, Vol. 128 Issue 10, p60 

    The article offers advice for autoshop owners on managing fixed cost and operating expenses. It details the reason why some shop owners always make money regardless of sales. It cites the importance of performing an internal audit to position the business for improved profitability going...

  • steps to sustainability from upper management to the bottom line. Richerson, Steve // Supervision;Jan2013, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p12 

    The article focuses on business sustainability, focusing on upper managements' control. Topics include choosing a company 'destination,' reputation building, and how to cut overhead costs in order to increase savings. Information is provided on the importance of engaging the work team, setting...

  • Understanding overhead: Stop the stealth attack. BRADLEY, MARK // Landscape Trades;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p18 

    The article discusses the use of the term "overhead" in business management workshops and the unawareness regarding the coverage of businesses' overhead costs. Topics include the factors causing the overhead costs, custom widget production and sales company Acme Widget Co., and the significance...

  • Efficiency focus more important than ever. Barnett, Sophie // Horticulture Week;2/18/2011, p34 

    The article offers information on the significance of improving practice or investments to overall efficiency and reducing overheads on businesses. It mentions several companies with increased cucumber production after making some changes in their business operations. According to UK Salads...

  • Economics explains why using grazing management pays. NEWPORT, ALAN // Indiana Prairie Farmer;Jan2013, Vol. 187 Issue 1, pBP12 

    The article focuses on importance of using good grazing management to increase the stocking rate in cattle raising industry. According to economist Stan Bever, a 50 percent increase in stocking will generate 8.5 percent of increase for the net profit in female cattle that would lead to a 30...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics