Chicago company morphs from record players to call boxes
When Talkaphone was founded in Illinois in the 1930s, security was not a part of the business plan. As the successful record player manufacturer’s business developed and the market’s evolution of needs changed, they began producing intercoms. These intercoms earned the company an ‘essential industry’ classification when World War II came in 1941. Intercoms grew to become a core product and today — more than 80 years later — the company’s business model is as a well-known designer and manufacturer of security and life safety communication products and solutions for customers in 40 countries around the globe… Read more at Security Today
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