Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy might not have surefire job security until his team wins a Super Bowl Lombardi Trophy for owner Jerry Jones, but at least the veteran ex-Packers coach will always feel super safe whenever he’s “back at the ranch” in his smart home thanks to a well-earned project victory by integrator Futurian Systems.
McCarthy made the right play call by scouting and hiring Futurian Systems for a customized high-tech system highlighted by a state-of-the-art security solution for the high-profile Cowboys coach and his family.
The big question for Cowboys fans (including CE Pro sister publication Security Sales & Integration editor-in-chief Scott Goldfine) – now after more star QBs’ exodus to the AFC, will McCarthy and his staff make similarly smart decisions this weekend during the NFL Draft (round 1 is Thursday, April 27 at 8 p.m., ESPN, ABC, NFL Network) and finally take home the head coach’s second Super Bowl championship?
Futurian Systems is led by Jeremy Beck, who founded the integration firm, which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in September and operates out of locations in North Texas as well as South Florida and Vail Valley, Colo.
“When it comes to a custom home system, and a client that expects the best, Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy sought out Futurian Systems to complete the job. Mr. McCarthy had the highest expectations when it came to the security portion of this project, so no corners were cut with the most sophisticated brands of security and camera surveillance installed,” Beck explains of this project, knowing his team couldn’t fumble it.
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