What Drives the Security Industry?
The five drivers are the economy, risk of financial loss, new technology apps, government regulation, and the aftermath of terrorism. Tragedies such as Newtown and Boston are domestic threats. But in November 2015 FBI Director James Comey also reported on active investigations into more than 900 IS (Islamic State) operatives now situated across all 50 U.S. states.
How Do We Help Clients Use These Drivers?
Clients ask J.P. Freeman to independently monitor their markets for shifts in distribution, user demand, criminal events, and Strength/Weakness competitive comparisons. The main purpose is to uncover opportunities while singling out competitive vulnerabilities. J.P. Freeman can provide this service on a bimonthly basis or in any other time frame depending on client needs. This updated market information is a key to J.P. Freeman's growth planning services that focus on market positioning, innovation, and field strategies that grow market share and earnings.
Our Consulting Services
J.P. Freeman provides growth planning and business opportunity services to the security and automation industries. Our clients include manufacturers, telecom, IT, utility, and investment firms; state and federal government, and also other consulting firms.
Why the Biggest Consulting Firms Use Our Services
There are always strong growth opportunities in the security and automation industries as new markets and new strategies evolve to serve customers. J.P. Freeman has pinpointed and developed a variety of these potentials, and has directly contributed to some of the industry's great success stories.
Our business-building know-how traces to Joe Freeman's earlier achievements in building divisions of General Electric, Remington, and Wells Fargo as VP Marketing and COO. And our consulting successes with smaller firms stems from our strength in market analysis and product/service planning.