ELMSFORD, N.Y.—Everyone’s favorite word at Diebold’s Center of Excellence is “discipline.” The folks at this facility—where all of this national integrator’s jobs are planned and engineered, and where the systems are built and tested—celebrate discipline.
SWORDS, Ireland—Depending on how the new business is structured, conglomerate Ingersoll Rand’s decision to spin off its security products business could benefit integrators, Michael McManus, Imperial Capital managing director, told Security Systems News.
NEW YORK—ICV Partners, an investment firm focused on lower middle-market companies, today announced the acquisition of SAFE Security Inc., a provider of residential and commercial security alarm systems, monitoring services and support services, according to an ICV statement.
SAN FRANCISCO—Prism Skylabs, a cloud-based service that enables business owners to use data from existing video surveillance cameras for business intelligence, marketing and other purposes, last week launched a partner program.
For the fourth consecutive year, Security Systems News is profiling women who are making their mark in the traditionally male-dominated world of security. Christie, Stanley CSS’ VP of national accounts for the West, is one of six women featured.
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.—While the margins on bid-and-spec jobs are typically lower than negotiated security jobs, bid jobs can be an important part of a profitable business, Tom Dallmann, president and CEO of Dallmann Systems, told Security Systems News.
DAVENPORT, Iowa—Per Mar Security Services has acquired Streff Security of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Brad Tolliver, VP of Per Mar’s Electronic Security Division, told Security Systems News that the 250 acquired accounts are 70 percent small commercial and include retail, manufacturing and convenience stores.
INDIANAPOLIS—Skip Sampson, newly named president of Koorsen Security Technology, a PSA Security owner, said this integration firm is having a very good year and is on target for 23 percent growth over last year.
Martha talks to Joe Liguori, partner at ACT, an integration company and Security-Net member based in New Jersey, about Ligouri's plans to grow his company from about $13 million to $20 million in revenue over the next few years.