Security 101 opens offices in multiple locations

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

NEW YORK and INDIANAPOLIS—Security 101, a fast-growing electronic security integrator, has opened new franchise offices in multiple locations across the United States. Two offices opened in New York—one in Long Island and the other in Lower Hudson Valley—both of which join the Metro office. The other office opened in Indiana to serve Indianapolis and the surrounding area. 

The Long Island office is owned by Steve Markowitz, an experienced executive with a demonstrated history of working in the security and communications industry. He was formerly the chief executive office of Command Electronic Systems, an independent contractor installing and maintaining low-voltage systems, including voice, data and security, in the greater New York City area. 

The Lower Hudson Valley office is owned by Paul Roberts, who has 20 years of experience in the financial services industry including raising capital for private equity funds, providing strategic advice, corporate financings and principal investing activities. 

The Indianapolis office is owned and managed by Nathan Zautcke, who also owns the Detroit Security 101 office, and his partner, John Wilcox, who has a background in sales and marketing. Wilcox previously worked with Lencore Acoustics Corp., a mass notification and sound masking company out of Woodbury, N.Y. He will lead sales efforts for Security 101.

Eager to take his winning formula to Indianapolis, Zautcke said in an announcement: “We have had great success in the Detroit market and Indianapolis has many of the same characteristics. It is a thriving manufacturing, pharmaceutical and healthcare center, and is seeing a tremendous amount of growth.” 

Steve Crespo, Security 101’s chief executive officer, complimented Markowitz and Roberts for “sharing a common enthusiasm for providing the finest customer service in design, installation and management of new and retrofit projects” and feels the New York locations are “in a prime position to become the go-to-choice for organizations.” 

Crespo is also proud of Zautcke and his team for “honing their skills and continuing to strengthen their reputation and expertise in the security industry,” making them “a prime example of how a Security 101 francise owner can build a thriving business.”