Friday, July 21, 2017

Industry Products & News

TRU-Vision by Interlogix
May 04, 2016

Interlogix Tru-Vision

in Video Systems by ACI Developer
Interlogix cameras protect site of TLC Network hit 'Cake Boss' ACI, Inc. & Interlogix can make you the "Boss" too! Interlogix cameras protect site of TLC Network hit 'Cake Boss' and star owner Buddy Valastro. WATCH THIS VIDEO (or see bleow) and see how! Network cameras, including PTZ, Infrared, Fixed and Covert options that deliver superior… Read More
May 04, 2016

NFIB Small Business Legal Info

in Miscellaneous by ACI Developer
Big Local Changes in 2016 Labor Laws | NFIB Legal Ease Employers in non-unionized organizations—especially small businesses—often are surprised to learn they are likely subject to the National Labor Relations Act, the federal labor law that is enforced by the National Labor Relations Board. Here, Beth Milito of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center… Read More
February 02, 2016

Automated Gate Certifications

in Automatic Gate Systems by ACI Developer
ACI, Inc has earned two new Certifications from the IDEA through the American Fence Association. As of January 2016, ACI, Inc. holds: CAGSD(Certified Automated Gate System Designer) and CAGOI(Certified Automated Gate Operator Installer) Both Certifications allows ACI to be informed and apply the latest Standards and Requlations related to… Read More
OBAMA SIGNS SPENDING PLAN
December 22, 2015

OBAMA SIGNS SPENDING PLAN INCLUDING SMALL BUSINESS TAX DEDUCTION

in Miscellaneous by ACI Developer
President Obama on Friday signed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that Congress had passed only hours earlier that included $622 billion in tax break extensions and a provision ending the ban on crude oil exports. The omnibus spending bill passed in a 316-113 House vote, followed quickly by a 65-33 Senate vote approving the combined omnibus spending… Read More
V-MAG Controller
November 21, 2015

V-MAG Gate Controller

in Automatic Gate Systems by ACI Developer
It's the V-MAG Gate Operator System. We can discuss this new technology and help you gain that edge of a more secure facility. Info and Images all from the VMAG'S Website @ http://www.vmagtech.com/ The VMAG high speed gate operator uses linear induction to allow any standard sliding gate to be fitted with the VMAG high speed gate operator adapting… Read More
SNF-7000 Samsung Fisheye Camera
November 12, 2015

IP Fisheye Cameras

in Video Systems by ACI Developer
In the correct situation, this is a very nice option from Samsung. Click the links & we may be talking with ya soon ... Samsung's new IP Fisheye Cameras feature a new 360° omni-directional surveillance range with a fisheye lens and various viewing options. This advanced technology is equipped with 3MP, 1080p high definition images. The Fisheye… Read More
November 11, 2015

DKS 9000 Series

in Automatic Gate Systems by ACI Developer
The DKS 9000 Series of slide gate operators offer convenience, reliability and safe operation in a small, compact design. These operators are ideally used in residential, commercial or industrial high-use applications. The steel frame and belt drive/gear-box reduction system provide a powerful, yet extremely quiet, slide gate operation. The 9000… Read More
November 11, 2015

Optera™ Series Panoramic IP Camera

in Video Systems by ACI Developer
Optera™ Series Panoramic IP CameraFeaturing Seamless Stitching, Immersive Views, WDR, Low-Light Performance With Optera's Panomersive Experience, take in the whole panoramic scene while simultaneously drilling down into crisp detailed immersive views where you can pan, tilt, and zoom into areas of interest. Optera optimizes the images from each of… Read More
November 11, 2015

Video Xpert

in Video Systems by ACI Developer
Pelco has a powerful VMS to control & provide huge amounts of video and integrated access control data to your finger tips. ACI has your system ready for installation VideoXpert is redefining the video management system experience. Built from the ground up to be open and integrated and through close collaboration with our technology… Read More

President Obama on Friday signed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that Congress had passed only hours earlier that included $622 billion in tax break extensions and a provision ending the ban on crude oil exports. The omnibus spending bill passed in a 316-113 House vote, followed quickly by a 65-33 Senate vote approving the combined omnibus spending and tax measures from the House. The AP said that in passing the 2016 spending package by an “overwhelming” margin, Congress “marked the end of a chaotic year on a surprising note of bipartisan unity and productivity.” Obama “promptly signed” and “welcomed the sprawling legislation,” which the AP described as including “something for nearly everyone.” The measure combined both “a $1.14 trillion government-wide spending measure to fund every Cabinet agency through next September, and a $680 billion tax package extending dozens of breaks touching all sectors of the economy, making several of them permanent and tossing the entire cost onto the deficit.” Among those provisions is the Section 179 tax deduction, which the AP previously examined. The president’s signing of the spending measure means that the Section 179 deduction for small business equipment purchases annually increases from $25,000 to $500,000. Focusing on the $622 billion in tax breaks, USA Today said the package signed Friday “permanently extends the enhanced child tax credit and earned income tax credit,” while maintaining through 2019 “a popular corporate tax break that allows companies to more quickly depreciate the value of new equipment.” The story asserted that although Republicans were “less enthusiastic about the 2,000 page government funding measure,” the bill provides their party with “a major win” by eliminating the prohibition on crude oil exports that was enacted in 1975. Bloomberg Politics reported that the spending measure “averts a US government shutdown and ends a 40-year ban on crude oil exports” as part of a plan that “ensures fiscal peace in Congress” until September.

What This Means For Small Businesses

Small businesses will benefit in several ways from the spending plan. For one, uncertainty about how the federal government will pay its bills has been temporarily alleviated, which may boost the economy. More tangibly, small businesses scored a much-needed win with the permanent extension of the Section 179 tax deduction, which will enable a higher level of business expenses to be deducted than was available in 2015. As the Wall Street Journal reported, permanent inclusion of the deduction alleviates uncertainty in business planning. NFIB President and CEO Dan Danner said, “This is a great day for small businesses.”