Aseem Kha­juria

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Direc­tor, Su­per Sleuth Se­cu­rity & Al­lied Ser­vices Agency (SSSASA)

Creat­ing an ab­so­lutely pro­tec­tive en­vi­ron­ment for life and as­sets is a chal­lenge. With crimes ris­ing by the day, qual­ity se­cu­rity guards backed by a high stan­dard of train­ing, can be banked upon. Chal­lenges get dealt the un­chal­leng­ing way! This is the cor­ner­stone of the Delhi based Su­per Sleuth Se­cu­rity & Al­lied Ser­vices Agency (SSSASA), de­liv­er­ing su­perla­tive ser­vices for a decade now. The PSASA and ISO 9001: 2008 cer­ti­fied agency also has its own Train­ing and Place­ment cen­tre where re­cruited se­cu­rity fresh­ers are trained and groomed to per­fec­tion and women are trained plumb­ing, driv­ing, and other vo­ca­tional cour­ses. SSSASA has branch of­fices in Gur­gaon, Delhi, Noida, and other re­gions of In­dia. “We be­lieve in 3D qual­ity ap­proach – Ded­i­ca­tion, Dis­ci­pline, De­vo­tion. Per­son­al­ized so­lu­tions and fol­low­ing of eth­i­cal busi­ness prac­tices are our USPs. Be­sides, we have adopted a par­tic­i­pa­tory sys­tem of func­tion­ing with in­ten­sive in­ter­ac­tion be­tween agency, man­age­ment, users, and guards to mon­i­tor, eval­u­ate, and re­view se­cu­rity chal­lenges,” ut­ters the charis­matic Mr. Aseem Kha­juria (MBA from Eng­land), Manag­ing Direc­tor.

Ser­vices Of­fered

• Gen­eral Se­cu­rity Needs

• Ex­ec­u­tive Se­cu­rity Needs

• VIP Pro­tec­tion

• Se­cu­rity Con­sul­tancy

• Sup­ply, in­stal­la­tion, and main­te­nance of Elec­tronic Se­cu­rity Sys­tems

• Other Man­power & House­keep­ing ser­vices for hospi­tals and cor­po­rates. The agency has an or­ga­nized team of ded­i­cated pro­fes­sion­als, skilled guards and field ex­perts based on the ef­fec­tive ‘de­mar­ca­tion of roles’. Re­tired Army of­fi­cers, Ju­nior Com­mis­sioned Of­fi­cers (JCOs) and Non Com­mis­sioned Of­fi­cers (NCOs), Jawans, and Civil­ians form part of the team. Each guard goes through vig­or­ous phys­i­cal and men­tal ground­ing. They un­dergo ad­vance train­ing skills on ba­sic du­ties, ac­qui­si­tion of com­bat­ive skills, fire fight­ing, han­dling of weapons (fire arms, Taser guns etc.), first aid and more. The agency be­lieves that sat­is­fied work­ers are more ef­fi­cient and com­mit­ted to­wards their du­ties and car­ry­ing out re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. A hu­man­i­tar­ian an­gle is re­flected in the ben­e­fits that the agency of­fers to its sat­is­fied staff. SSSASA has re­tained 95% of its staff, num­ber­ing 1200, since in­cep­tion. “We im­me­di­ately solve any type of prob­lems faced by our clients with proper course of ac­tion. We carry out rou­tine ran­dom checks on the guards at dif­fer­ent sites, en­sur­ing su­perla­tive qual­ity and ef­fi­ciency. Be­sides, our team is reg­u­larly trained on the dy­nam­ics of se­cu­rity equip­ment and tac­tics from time to time ac­cord­ing to chang­ing trends,” says Mr. Aseem Kha­juria (son of founder Bri­gadier Retd. Manohar Kha­juria), who joined the agency in 2013 af­ter work­ing for seven years in Eng­land. Over the years, SSSASA has gained the trust of clients, both PSUs and the pri­vate sec­tor, from dif­fer­ent in­dus­try seg­ments across the coun­try. What started with 50,000 ru­pees is to­day a 3.5 crore com­pany, ac­cen­tu­ated by an an­nual 30% growth. Few of the clients worth men­tion­ing are In­dian Oil Cor­po­ra­tion Ltd., Sports Author­ity of In­dia, HPCL, IPL (Hockey), MTNL, NIESBUD, Na­tional In­for­mat­ics Cen­tre, ICICI Bank, Dhanalak­shmi Bank, Val­lab­hb­hai Pa­tel Chest In­sti­tute, Babu Na­ture Care, Delhi Pub­lic School (DPS Ro­htak), Delhi In­ter­na­tional Schools, Billawar Pub­lic School (Jammu), Max­fort Schools, and the list goes on.

Com­pet­i­tive Ad­van­tages

• In­te­grated need-need based and tai­lored se­cu­rity ser­vices

• Young and Dy­namic quick re­ac­tion team

• Pool of skilled pro­fes­sion­als backed by years of ex­per­tise

• Com­mit­ted to com­plete sat­is­fac­tion of clients

• Team of ex-ser­vice­men from the De­fence forces. Mr. Aseem Kha­juria is plan­ning for an in­no­va­tive model, which will be im­ple­mented in the next six months. En­vis­ag­ing to achieve a turnover of a mind bog­gling Rs. 50 crore in the next five years, Mr. Kha­juria leaves a mes­sage for the read­ers – “Lay em­pha­sis on qual­ity, fol­low good busi­ness plans, and mo­ti­vate your staff.”

Aseem Kha­juria, Direc­tor

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