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Securely Finalist in 2017 Security Industry Annual Awards

Securely Finalist in 2017 Security Industry Annual Awards

Friday 11 August - Securely’s commitment to outstanding customer service has seen one its staff members nominated for a top award at the NZ Security Industry Awards, to be held at Te Papa on the 25th of August.

Bronnie Taylor, Territory Sales Manager, is one of two finalists in the Security Consultant of the Year Award, as well as a finalist in the NZSA Female Security Professional of the Year Award, and the Ian Dick Memorial Award for Security Professional of the Year.

Securely’s National Business Development Manager, Chris Barber, says Bronnie has always gone above and beyond for her clients, and it’s great to have that recognised by the industry and her peers.

“Bronnie is one those exceptional people who leave no stone unturned when working with customers. She loves helping people (Bronnie has even been known to help clients fold those tricky fitted sheets!) all while helping them create a personalised security plan.

Bronnie worked for Securely since 2015 and said she was shocked to learn she was a finalist. She lives for her customers and always tries to go above and beyond their expectations.

“I enjoy ‘customer hugging’ of all our current and prospective customers. I believe in providing top notch service - including communication, anticipation, respect and empathy. I always ask if there is anything we can do better or differently, or if there is anything on their security wish list we can make happen.

“I love doing ‘worthwhile work’, and I treat every customer like they are my only one. I am proud to represent Securely, and I never let an opportunity go by to grow either my personal or business relationships”.

Chris Barber says while Securely is a relatively new company to the industry, it has set its sights high, and Bronnie Taylor being a finalist in the prestigious awards is recognition of the work the company does to put customers at the heart of their security service.


About the 2017 Security Industry Annual Awards

The New Zealand Security Industry Awards are organised and hosted by the NZSA (New Zealand Security Association). They recognise excellence and outstanding service delivery provided by those who work in the security industry. Each award presents an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the exceptional achievements of these individuals, and the companies that they are employed by.

About Securely

Securely is owned by Electra Ltd, one of New Zealand’s largest electricity distribution companies, founded in 1922 and with more than 50 years’ experience in monitoring electricity, water and gas network consumption. By applying its accumulated experience of monitoring critical, and often life critical, utility supply Securely provides a robust monitoring service that is built on leading edge technology and attentive service.

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