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VRI makes PERS acquisition

Company to exceed $5 million in RMR
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07/20/2017

FRANKLIN, Ohio—VRI, a large PERS provider based here, recently purchased Healthcom, a healthcare technology provider based in Sullivan, Ill. VRI announced the partnership at the end of June.

Will Securadyne be the next Convergint?

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Will Securadyne be the next Convergint?

That’s a possibility, according to Bill Bozeman, CEO of PSA Security. Bozeman has experience building a systems integration firm and knows both of the players in the Securadyne/Intelligent Access Systems deal that was announced yesterday.

Securadyne acquires Advanced Control Concepts

Deal brings platform for expansion in Southeast, fire capabilities, 30 employees
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09/04/2013

CARROLLTON, Texas—Securadyne, a startup independent integrator with national ambitions, today announced the acquisition of Advanced Control Concepts, an integration firm based in Pensacola, Fla.

Following the money: Schmidt, Barnes and Christhilf talk deals, valuations and taxes

Experts reflect on 2012, share predictions for 2013
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12/12/2012

YARMOUTH, Maine—A number of big deals happened in 2012: the split-up of Tyco, the acquisition of Vivint and the creation of Securadyne, to name a few.

Securadyne acquires platform for growth in Northeast

Boethel: Surveillance Specialties brings fire installation, other technical, vertical market expertise
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09/05/2012

DALLAS—Securadyne Systems, a new systems integration company launched in February by industry veterans Ken Francis and Carey Boethel, now has a platform for growth in the Northeast with the acquisition of Surveillance Specialties (SURV).

Former Siemens & GE execs found Securadyne, acquire SecureNet as platform for growth

Carey Boethel and Ken Francis go into business; financial partner, Pamlico Capital, ready to fund additional acquisitions
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03/01/2012

DALLAS—Carey Boethel and Ken Francis, two well-known industry veterans, announced this morning that they’ve founded a new systems integration firm called Securadyne Systems, and acquired SecureNet,  a Dallas-based security integra