BELTSVILLE, Md.--Joe Nuccio, president of ASG, a full-service security company with offices in the Mid-Atlantic region and in Texas, believes his company will become one of the top 12 security companies in the United States within three years.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.--One of the largest contractors to the security systems integrator is getting bigger, thanks to a cross-country expansion that will add up to 30 new markets to its long list of areas it already serves.
HOUSTON--When Jim Pugliese and Henry Ortiz came together to start a new security company, they wanted to keep their customers in the loop about the progress of their security projects.
The two credit that approach for enabling ESI Group to book nearly 100 security installation jobs since it began operations early this year.
ATLANTA--Looking to expand into the electronic security side of the business, Tri-S Security Corp. acquired The Cornwall Group of Miami, which provides monitoring services to both residential and commercial accounts in the Broward, Dade and Palm Beach County areas.
MIAMI--ATC International, a systems integrator with a foothold on the North and Latin American markets, teamed up with Vanguard Systems International at the end of July in an effort to increase its footprint and product line.
Vanguard, a consulting and systems integration group that assists with the global expansion of next generation solutions, such as biometrics, will provide ATC with sales, marketing and business development support with the products it uses for client projects.
BELLA VISTA, Ark.--Full-service alarm company Guard Tronic purchased the assets of Stet's Security Systems in June--a deal that builds business in an area where the firm had not conducted work in previously.
Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?