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Convergint acquires ACT

August 8, 2018Paul Ragusa

SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Convergint Technologies recently announced the acquisition of New Jersey-based Access Control Technologies (ACT), adding approximately 1,000 customers and bringing greater expertise and depth to the Eastern region of the U.S. “They have a tremendous reputation in the New York market and are one of the top Lenel integrators in that part of the country,” Ken Lochiatto, CEO of Convergint Technologies, told Security Systems News. “ACT's leadership and service-oriented...

Access Control, Access Control Technologies (ACT), Convergint Technologies, Ken Lochiatto, Mergers & Acquisitions

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Vanderbilt prepares to launch new product in North America

April 26, 2017Spencer Ives

WIESBADEN, Germany—Vanderbilt acquired ACT—Access Control Technology, based in Dublin—in November 2016; Mitchell Kane, company president, talked with Security Systems News about Vanderbilt's expectations for introducing its first cloud-based access control technology in the U.S.ACT 365 is Vanderbilt's new cloud-based access control technology, gained through its acquisition of ACT. The company officially plans to launch ACT 365 later this year, around ASIS 2017, and “the heavy...

Access Control Technologies (ACT), Mitchell Kane, Vanderbilt

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ACRE LLC acquires ComNet

December 14, 2016Paul Ragusa

NEW LONDON and DANBURY, Conn.—ACRE LLC, the holding company that owns Vanderbilt Industries, Mercury Security and recently acquired ACT in Ireland, announced this week the acquisition of Communication Networks LLC (ComNet), a manufacturer of video and data transmission equipment based in Danbury, Conn. “We saw the opportunity to acquire a unique property that has very specialized products that was growing and profitable,” ACRE CEO Joe Grillo told Security Systems News. “A...

Access Control Technologies (ACT), acre, Communication Networks LLC, Comnet, Joe Grillo, Mercury Security, Vanderbilt Industries

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