About the Owner
Hi! I’m Scott Pantall. Thank you for your interest. I have lived in the western suburbs of Denver my whole life with the exception of the four years I spent in the Marine Corps in Yuma, AZ. I have an A.A.S in Computer Programming and am currently working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a focus on Small Business Management. I have worked in public safety for 7 years as a police and fire dispatcher for the city of Englewood. I own a home in southwest Littleton, Colorado with my wife and my young daughter.
Knowledge & Experience
My entire adult life I have worked in fields that deal with keeping property and information safe. The Marine Corps taught me to make sure my property was secure against others, yet easily available for me. I also obtained a Secret clearance that stressed the importance of information security. Like most lessons learned in the military, these are lessons that I am proud to keep with me and promote. I have spent 7 years as an emergency dispatcher in a small police department. I know what happens to your information when it’s put into a police report. I know how you can help the police help you.
People First Approach to Technology
Computers, and the reports they create are tools for people. Not the other way around. I get frustrated with systems that make people try to decode weird acronyms and use odd commands. I kept this in mind when I developed my inventory reports. This information needs to be easy for you to read.
Attention to Detail
Whether it was getting my uniform ready to stand in formation, typing code in my programming class or gathering and distributing information as an emergency dispatcher. Paying attention to detail has been ingrained in me. I bring this attitude to every task, especially your inventory.
As BSI grows, so does my network of resources. I am constantly working to develop relationships with appraisers, insurance professionals and emergency management professionals. Just like my dispatch job, when someone asks me for help. I want to be able to help them.
As a Marine, a security guard and a police department employee I have experience earning trust. A police department does not work to earn money, we earn trust. We don’t charge people to make a report, but if we don’t treat them well we will definitely lose their trust and, essentially, lose a customer. When I realized that earning trust was more important to me than earning money, I knew I could be successful.
Scott is a member of the CYA (Cover Your Assets) Group in Centennial, Colorado. The CYA Group is a small group of business owners who’s vision is to give Colorado residents the tools and resources they need to prepare and organize their lives.
He grew up in the western suburbs of Denver and is proud to grow his family and business in the same area. Scott spends most of his free time at the Edge Ice Arena playing hockey and taking his daughter to figure skating lessons.