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Sapphire Risk Announces Addition of Managed Integration Services


DALLAS – May 2, 2019 – PRLog — Sapphire Risk Advisory Group announces today they have formed a new division of the company, Sapphire Solutions.  This arm, Sapphire Solutions, will focus on the build aspect of new or remodeled cannabis grow or dispensary properties.  The new division will offer clients the opportunity to retain Sapphire’s experiences and expertise from the state application submission all the way to the final opening of the locations with respect to security products and innovations.

Juan Barrientos, Vice President and Director of Product Services, will lead the new division, bringing multiple years of experience in integration of electronic security solutions, including video surveillance, access control, alarms and associated services. His team will also provide high security storage solutions such as UL-rated safes and vaults as well as the latest safe locking systems technology.

“We are excited about Juan’s addition to the Sapphire team. His ability to manage the fast moving world of security products is top of class and he brings project management skills that have been proven,” says Tony Gallo, Managing Partner of Sapphire Risk Advisory Group. “I have known Juan Barrientos to be the ‘go to’ answer man when it comes to the most complex security challenges.  He will be a significant addition to the mission of reducing risks of crime in the cannabis world.”

Sapphire Risk has built a strong reputation in the cannabis industry as one of the leading consulting experts from writing applications to developing security site plans, providing project management, and risk consulting in the flow of operations.  Sapphire Risk was founded in 2013 by Tony Gallo, after serving 17 years as Senior Loss Prevention Director at EZ Corp, a leading Texas-based global lender.

Sapphire Risk Advisory Group was named One of the Top Cannabis Ancillary Businesses for 2018 by Cannabis Business Executive .

About Sapphire Risk Advisory Group

​With over a 100 years of combined experience analyzing crime and the tendencies of those who commit them, Sapphire Risk has gained the knowledge necessary to identify security risks and help you prevent them. Sapphire reviews all aspects of businesses in order to protect them from both internal and external threats by providing sustainable security strategies.

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