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Despite its efforts, NSI files Chapter 7

The company’s attempt at a turnaround after filing Chapter 11 in 2002 fails to succeed

FULLERTON, Calif. - A systems integrator that appeared to have climbed out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with a reorganization plan, new name and the sale of several divisions filed Chapter 7 in early June.

New markets, broader focus


CHICAGO - Navco Security is spreading its wings, with its sights set on opening a location in this market by the middle of 2005 and growing its retail security business.

The two initiatives are part of an overall growth strategy for Navco, a company that employs 150 people and has annual sales of $40 million.

Navco gets into interactive monitoring

The integrator partners with SentryCom to offer video monitoring to its client base

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Navco Security Systems is rolling out a new video monitoring service to its security customers thanks to a partnership with SentryCom Interactive, a company that specializes in monitoring sites remotely.


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ISS tapped to offer Dukane communication products

MIAMI - Integrated Security Systems has been awarded the right to distribute Dukane Communication Systems for the healthcare market in South Florida.

The product line addition is expected to help Integrated Security reach its goal of becoming a preferred systems integrator in the healthcare industry, according to Michael Smith, director of sales and marketing for ISS.

Three deals give ASG more reach in Texas

Back-to-back acquisitions move ASG closer to goals

BELTSVILLE, Md. - A trio of recent acquisitions for ASG Security continues to build the company’s business in the Texas market.

Campaign offers a view of surveillance

Vector’s program involves internal training on video systems

WILKES BARRE, Pa. - To tout its expertise in the surveillance market, Vector Security has launched a marketing program called VectorVision that not only aims to tell the customer about its surveillance services, but to ensure that employees are fully-trained on the solutions the company offers.

Broadband’s use with security predicted to take off

Asset Protection Corp. expects at least 50 percent of new jobs will use broadband service

TOLEDO, Ohio - Asset Protection Corp. is jumping on the broadband bandwagon.

Marsh ups risk biz with Kroll buyout


NEW YORK - Risk management firm Marsh & McLennan is buying one of the most well-known names in corporate security, Kroll Inc., in a $1.



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