"Our Passion has been in the K-12 and Higher Education sectors, where we
excel in assisting our clients in the effective management of their Integrated Security System resources."
Reyah Consulting is a different kind of electronic security consulting firm.
A thorough understanding of industry-specific best practices, first-hand knowledge of available electronic security products and technologies, security industry contacts and a healthy amount of common sense combine to give you field-proven, unbiased, expert advice and guidance.
Our primary objective is to help clients provide maximum protection for their assets while obtaining the most value and benefit from their security resources.
It is critical for you and your project that the advice and recommendations of your security consultant are based solely on your needs.
We won’t always tell you what you want to hear, but you can count on always hearing what you need to know.
Call us for a full-range of expert turn-key services for security system design projects and security product evaluation.
Our services are fee-based.
Years of on-the-job experience enable us to design and specify systems accurately and competitively to save you time, money, and aggravation.
Thanks to prudent product selection and price negation, our clients typically realize savings that more than offset our fees, particularly on larger projects.
"Reyah" is a Hebrew word which means "a very close companion or friend".
"...and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother."
- Proverbs 18:24
We believe today more than ever virtues like trust, honor and integrity, are not easily found and yet at the same time these virtues have never been more needed.
We take great pride in doing things right and delivering a service or product that we can be proud of.
By partnering with Reyah Consulting, you can be assured of a partnership where Reyah Consulting, will go above and beyond the call of duty to bring you a product or service that you can trust.
Our clients expect and trust us to be truthful in our billing practices. Anything less is not only unethical but also a violation of our client's trust.
Part of becoming a successful consulting firm is doing what we say we're going to do. If we say that we'll complete your project on March 31, then we should deliver the results on (or before) March 31 — not a day later. If, for some reason, we can't keep our promise no matter how hard we try, then we will inform our client as far in advance as possible and present a plan for curing the problem.
We won’t recommend products or services that our clients don't need. We may speak with clients who are absolutely certain that they know what is wrong with their system(s).We could land a very lucrative contract just by proposing to do what our clients say we should do. However, if we know that the course of action our client suggests is not the proper remedy, we will tell our client so and decline the offered work.
We will always be candid and give our honest opinion.
Our clients pay us good money for the benefit of our skills and many years of experience.
When our clients ask for our opinion, we will be frank and honest, and won't try to sugarcoat the truth.
We are often placed in situations in which we have access to proprietary information, the release of which could cause a client serious financial or other damage.
Our clients have placed us in a position of trust; we won’t violate that trust.
As organizations vie for our expertise, we may find ourselves working on the same problem for two competing firms.
However, as soon as we discover a conflict — potential or actual — we will disclose it to the affected client(s) and then take action to resolve it.
This may mean signing information nondisclosure agreements.
If the conflict can't be resolved through these means, then we may have to drop one of the two firms as a client.
At times, a client may ask us to do something that is not only against our personal sense of ethics but also obviously and blatantly illegal.
We will not pass go and we will not collect $200.
We will just go and we won’t come back.