SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Convergint Technologies, a global service-based systems integration company based here, started the year off strong with the acquisition of Post Browning, a full-service systems integrator that provides consultation, installation, and maintenance for the retail banking industry. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Post Browning strengthens Convergint’s footprint in the Ohio Valley and Southeastern United States with expert personnel throughout the region.
BURNABY, British Columbia—Paladin Security, a full-service guarding company and security systems integrator based here, on Feb. 1 merged with two integration companies in Canada—Marcomm Systems Group Inc. (MSGI) and CONTAVA Inc.—creating one of the largest system integration companies in the country. Both deals are shared purchase agreements.
WAUKESHA, Wis.—After 12 years in a small office in Delafield, Wis., commercial integrator Enterprise Fire & Security has relocated to 3,500 square feet of office space at the Westbrook Business Center, based here, to accommodate the company’s rapid growth.
EARTH CITY, Mo.—Interface Security Systems Holdings Inc., a national provider of cloud-based managed network services and security systems for retail, commercial and small business customers, is remodeling its command center in Plano, Texas, to meet the expanding needs of its growing clientele.
ARLINGTON, Mass.—American Alarm and Communications, a regional full-service security provider based here, yesterday announced that it acquired 3,000 accounts from Atlas Alarm Corp., a fire alarm and life-safety systems provider based in Weymouth, Mass.
ASHBURN, Va.—Edge360, a global integrator of security technologies, will lead the development, integration and worldwide rollout of a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system in support of the State Department’s worldwide upgrade as part of a recently awarded $73 million contract.
YARMOUTH, Maine—Cunningham Security Systems, a commercial and residential security company based here, recently acquired two companies, adding approximately 3,200 mostly residential customers, $150,000 in RMR and a UL-listed central station to the company’s growing, commercially-heavy account base.