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Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2003

Barton makes Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list

ATLANTA - For the fourth consecutive year, Fortune magazine has recognized security services provider Barton Protective Services as one of the best places to work.

To earn the recognition, Barton completed a 31-page Hewitt People Practices Inventory Questionnaire on the company’s philosophies, policies and programs.

Custom Security transforms itself into a commercial security provider

More than 30 years ago, it focused on residential systems
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02/01/2003

LACEY, Wash. - When Bob Helstrom founded Custom Security, he built a company focused on the residential market and one that would capitalize on its ties to the Sears security dealer program.

Alliant marks its first acquisition, buys PSS

The company plans to use PSS as its foundation to grow in the security market
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01/01/2003

BURBANK, Calif. -Only a few months after announcing a reentrance in the security market, Tom Rankin’s company has made its first acquisition, one of many planned in the coming year.

Commercial biz gains ground at Safeguard Security

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01/01/2003

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -After years of focusing on the residential market, Safeguard Security & Communications is in the midst of a campaign to grow its commercial security business.

Comtronics chugs along, embarks on an aggressive growth plan

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01/01/2003

JACKSON, Mich. -An alarm company bought by a beer distributor more than three years ago is today boasting more than 20 locations and plans to build a four-story addition at its headquarters in the next few years.

Airport contract worth $6 million goes to Honeywell

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01/01/2003

PHOENIX -Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions has won a $6 million contract to install and service an integrated access control system at Sky Harbor International Airport here.

The contract, awarded in late November, will take until the end of this year to complete.

Management is key at Alliant

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01/01/2003

BURBANK, Calif. -With one acquisition already under its belt, Alliant Protection Services is gearing up for additional acquisitions in the near future, including two that could close early this year.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2003

Diebold partners with Silent Witness

CANTON, Ohio -Systems integrator Diebold has added Silent Witness’ cameras and video storage solutions to its line-up, one of several manufacturers that Diebold has partnered with over the years.

“Diebold forms strategic alliances with suppliers who can satisfy the needs of our specialized customers with the highest quality of products,” said Richard Baggot, vice president, Electronic Security and Currency Systems Group at Diebold.

Air Security buys U.K. firm, establishes crisis management office

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12/01/2002

DULUTH, Ga. - A deal between a systems integrator here and a Houston-based lock company has enabled the lock company's small security division to break away and position itself for growth.

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