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Talking about new entrants in Dallas

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

I’m in Dallas at the ESA Leadership Conference and ESI Forum.

If you’re at the event, check out the educational session I’m moderating today. It’s called "What the Arrival of New Industry Entrants Means for your Business"

The panelists are Joe Nuccio, CEO of ASG Security, and John Loud, president of Loud Security. We’ll be talking about  the cable and telco companies that are playing in security now.

There are seven at last count, and they’re not all taking the same approach. We’re going to take a look at who the new entrants are, analyze their offerings and approach, and talk about what traditional security companies should keep in mind as the competitive landscape shifts.

The session begins at 1:45 today. See you there.

ASG acquires two, opens two, goes after national accounts

Super-regional ends year with $7 million in RMR
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12/21/2011

BELTSVILLE, Md.—By wrapping up the year with two major acquisitions that add $615,000 in RMR, opening two new branch offices, and having a plan in place for “significant sales force expansion,” ASG Security CEO Joe Nuccio said the company is ready for “explosive growth in 2012.”

ASG closes $230m line of credit

Goldman Sachs is new participant
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02/03/2011

BELTSVILLE, Md.—ASG Security closed Jan 28 on a new $230 million line of credit. Lead by ASG’s longtime banking partner, CapitalSource, this round also includes a new participant, Goldman Sachs.
Also participating in the round are previous investors: Bank of America, Citizens Bank, Madison Capital and PrivateBank.

ASG plans to 'hit the gas pedal' with new hire

New VP to lead residential sales push
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01/27/2011

BELTSVILLE, Md.—ASG Security has hired a former top Protection One sales executive to fill a new position ASG has created—VP of residential sales and marketing.

ASG moves into new state

Nuccio plans to use company as platform for commercial, gov’t work
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12/06/2010

TULSA, Okla.—ASG CEO Joe Nuccio said his latest acquisition, announced Dec. 3, of TnT Security is “like the Southwest Airlines of alarm companies.”

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