KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Securitas Security Systems made its first purchase in the systems integration space in nearly five years in early April, a calculated move by the company to build its identity in the United States.
ORLANDO - When it comes to expanding its security business, Operational Security Systems doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t Mickey Mouse around.
The systems integrator added the first branch in its history, selecting the hometown of Walt Disney World as its next growth market after operating exclusively from an Atlanta-based office for two decades.
CHICAGO - Sako & Associates has been a sister company to Rolf Jensen & Associates for four years, but for the first time the two are now located in a single office here, enabling the security architect and engineering firm to better share information with its fire counterpart.
Sako moved into the shared space earlier this year, relocating from its facility in Arlington Heights, Ill.
SAN DIEGO - Network integrator Wireless Facilities Inc. is in the midst of integrating the three businesses that it bought two years ago to give it expertise in the security market and one corporate identity.
DENVER - When Mathias Lock & Key bought neighboring locksmith Aspen Commercial Security, it gained more than just an additional location here. It also benefited from a host of new customers to approach about its access control and surveillance services.