Numze App And Ontario Security Hub Join Forces

Numze App And Ontario Security Hub Join Forces

A new app and a popular online security training company have just formed a unique partnership – one that will greatly benefit those who want a career in the security guard industry.

Numze is an app that is causing a huge disruption and it will soon launch on the market. The first 2,000 people who sign up to the app will be able to obtain their Ontario Security License for $47.00 through Ontario Security Hub.

This promotional offer is being held from August 23, 2019 to November 15, 2019 (deadline is midnight). The $47.00 fee will cover all online training courses (this promotional offer does not include CPR & First Aid Training and fees, nor fees for the formal Security Guard Test and actual License).

Numze is now being hailed as the new Uber-like app for the security guard industry. And it is the first app of its kind in the entire world.

The app, which is fully trademarked and registered, will allow businesses, organizations, and individuals to hire licensed security guards with the touch of a finger. In turn, licensed security guards can “accept” or “decline” work in their area via their personal profile platforms.

The app is a total game-changer and will provide two-way-communication between guards-for-hire and businesses, organizations and individuals. With Numze, there are no more firms to deal with, and all you need to do is send out requests on the app to licensed security guards in your area who are seeking freelance work… yes, it’s that easy!

Ontario Security Hub  is thrilled with the launch of this exciting partnership.

“Everyone is now talking about Numze because this is an app that is going to change the security guard industry forever – just like Uber did for the taxi business,” says the company.

“There are so many great things with the app and it’s totally innovative: for the first time in the history of our industry, licensed security guards have even more flexibility to work when they want, and they also have the potential to earn more hourly. The app is very easy to use, and I really like how it offers a location-based feature so that businesses, organizations and individuals and guards can all instantly connect and communicate,” he adds.

Only a week ago, Numze announced that is has already received $1.2 million in backing from private investors. With interest peaking big time, Numze is also considering an IPO once all regulatory requirements are finalized with banking partners and market officials.

The developers of this new app are Paul Carson and Ron Hazell. The business team, who also operate Canadian Protection Services in Hamilton, each have over 30 years of experience in the security industry.

Numze now has offices in Hamilton, Burlington, and Toronto, and later this year will be opening offices in Los Angeles, Miami and New York City.

“Numze and Ontario Security Hub’s new partnership is a win-win for everyone,” says Carson. “We know there will be thousands of and thousands of licensed security guards who will join our app, and at the same time we want to offer an exclusive program for people who want a career change and who want to work in our industry. I am telling everyone to sign up and take advantage of our new partnership deal as it won’t last long.”

Once new guards sign up to the app, they will then undergo an intense on-board screening process, and they will be required to provide their security guard license number, and personal information, and related credentials.

Numze has a team in place to closely vet users who sign up for the app in Canada, the USA, and around the world. Additionally, businesses, organizations, and individuals will also be checked out in order to guarantee their legitimacy.

Numze is an app that will ensure guards are fulfilling their freelance contractual agreements. Guards who fail to show up for a shift are automatically flagged in Numze’s system and are not able to work another shift until a thorough review is completed. As well, the system’s database will identify guards who fail to perform regularly, and they could be removed from using the app altogether, upon closer review by Numze’s team of investigation specialists.

Licensed guards also have the option to get paid daily, weekly or biweekly, based on a variety of scenarios, like with having reviews and ratings from clients who hire them.

Richard Wong

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