Making Future Connections

Six-year-old low-voltage integrator finds new home in Florida
Thursday, January 12, 2006

MIAMI--On the strength of a robust condominium market and good relationships with area developers, Miami-based Future Connections is growing at a triple-digit rate. Company president David Orsham said that after just six years in business the low-voltage integrator expects to hit $10 million in revenues in 2006, "and we're expecting that to go to $25 million next year...This was the year that everything exploded." Orsham said Connections has gone from a $2 million backlog in secured jobs to $7 or $8 million, over the past year alone, has plans to move into a larger facility in Miramar, Fla., in March, and is in the process of hiring staff to move from roughly 40 to 60 employees over the next year.
Included in the hiring will be project managers along with new chief financial officer Harvey Schuster, of Peach Tree Software, who came on board in January to help manage the growth.
For more on this story, see the February issue of Security Systems News.