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Vector Security acquires IRG, managed network services company

CEO Petrow says deal is just the beginning of Vector's move into managed infrastructure and business intelligence space
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08/19/2013

PITTSBURG—National integrator Vector Security will be able to offer managed network services to its customers and will have access to the "Who’s Who of retail customers”—including American Eagle, Estée Lauder and Coach—as the result of its acquisition of Industry Retail Group (IRG), a managed network services company based in Bethesda, Md.

Vector Security integrates two of its business divisions

New brand, Vector Security Networks, unveils first product
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04/19/2017

PITTSBURGH—Vector Security Inc., an integrator of physical security solutions based here, announced the integration of two of its business divisions—its National Accounts Division (NAD) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Industry Retail Group (IRG)—to form Vector Security Networks.

Pennsylvania starts getting ASAP to PSAP

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01/26/2017

PITTSBURGH—Bucks County in Pennsylvania went live with the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol, making it the first in the state.

Vector receives $300 million in credit

Company to repay existing credit and finance acquisitions
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12/07/2016

PITTSBURGH—Vector Security, a large residential and commercial security provider based here, recently entered into an agreement for a $300 million revolving credit facility.

ASAP expands in N.C.

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06/22/2016

PITTSBURGH—The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol is now live in Durham and Kernersville, N.C., bringing almost 1,700 Vector Security customers with it.

DICE launches advertising agency, security products

New advertising agency will cater to entire industry, not just DICE customers
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05/25/2016

DETROIT—DICE announced a new security-focused ad agency among the company’s new services and products at the DICE Users Group conference.

Vector Security employees support local Boy Scouts council

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03/24/2016

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.—Employees of Vector Security, a provider of intelligent security and home automation solutions, stepped in to lend a helping hand when relocation caused the Kingston, N.Y.-based Rip Van Winkle Council of the Boys Scouts of America to urgently need a new fire and security system. The volunteers, led by David Atkins, Sr. Service Technician for Vector Security and Assistant Scout Master for the council, even donated their time on a Saturday to install the system and make sure the office would be up and running.

News Poll: The future of biometrics

Readers debate on whether cost helps or hurts biometric application
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02/17/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—Most respondents to Security Systems News’ latest poll said they install biometrics solutions at least occasionally, and some readers raised concerns about the technology’s cost, false acceptance rate, and security of biometric data.

Vector reaches milestone

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11/17/2015

PITTSBURGH—Vector Security announced it has reached a milestone in the management and deployment of more than 25,000 IP-based systems and edge devices for national multi-site customers via Internet and secure wide area network (WAN) connections.

Vector takes on 17,000 new customers

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

PITTSBURGH—Vector Security has acquired Pelican Security Network Inc., a regional alliance of independent life safety and security services providers, fire protection companies, alarm dealers and systems integrators based in Baton Rouge, La.

The employees and more than 17,000 Pelican customers merged with Vector Security on Sept. 1, according to a prepared statement from Vector.

Amy Varisco will lead the newly formed Gulf District, which includes the Pelican Security Network of companies, for Vector Security, according to the company.

“In Vector Security, we have found the perfect company to transition our valued customers,” said Louis J. Resweber, Pelican president and COO. “We have been impressed with Vector Security, watching as they grow and provide exceptional service to their customers, all with a focus on the regional support that communities want and need. I am confident that Vector Security will provide the quality products and customer service our customers have come to expect from Pelican Security Network since 1998.”

Pam Petrow, recently named CSAA president and Vector CEO,  “We look forward to introducing the Vector Security brand to the Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi markets as we focus the company growth across these regions in the coming months.

 

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