LAWRENCE, Kan.--Following recognition of Network Multifamily Security Corporation by a housing industry publication, Richard Ginsburg, president of parent company, Protection One, said that in 2006 his company would invest more resources in Network Multifamily, a provider of alarm systems exclusively to apartment buildings.
RICHMOND, Va.--Signaling a departure from its traditional residential focus, The Brink's Company plans to expand the commercial side of its security business in 2006, Robert Ritter, The Brink's Company's vice president and chief financial officer, told Security Systems News.
Last year, Brink's Home Security opened five new branches, more than in recent years. Asked if Brink's will continue to expand at this rate in 2006, The Brink's Company vice president and chief financial officer Robert Ritter said the decision to open a new branch has to make economic sense.
LITCHFIED, Conn.--Recognizing homeowners' desire for both security systems and high-end entertainment, along with other home automation products, Lee Hall opened up Soundworks & Security five years ago.
LAS VEGAS--Seven security companies of different sizes took home Dealer of the Year Awards from the Honeywell First Alert dealers conference in Las Vegas late last year: A-Com Protection Services of Fortson, Ga.; Engineered Protection Systems of Grand Rapids, Mich.
AVON, Minn.--Mark Kurtz, a chainsaw artist and former professional wrestler known as "Chainsaw Man," made a New Year's resolution to install a new security system in his home-based art studio after four of the nine sculptures stolen from his home in August 2005 were recovered last month, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
WARRENDALE, Pa.--A merger late last year brought together integrator InterTECH Security, run by security industry veteran Chris Wetzel, and two smaller players in the Pittsburgh area's residential and commercial market, owned by a company interested in expanding its investment in the security industry.