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Who in security topped the Inc. 5000 this year?

August 22, 2012Martha Entwistle

The Inc. 5000 has released its 2012 list, and again, there are a number of physical security companies included. Top among the physical security companies that I saw on the Inc. 5000 list, which was officially released yesterday was VMS Alarms, a residential and small business security company and Monitronics dealer. VMS Alarms ranks #526 on the 2012 List. It had a three-year growth rate of  731 percent; 2008 revenues of  $2.3 million, and 2011 revenues of  $19.5 million. Here's...

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AMP: Former Platinum space good fit

August 15, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

AMERICAN FORK, Utah—The large, dramatic letters emblazoned across the top of the imposing new office building here used to read “Platinum.” Now they say “AMP”—because financially beleaguered Platinum Protection has vacated the space and it is now AMP's headquarters. AMP Security President Ryan Lee told Security Systems News that AMP, a summer-sales-model company like Platinum, wasn't really looking to move, but the 28,000-square-foot office space it...

Allen Jacobson, AMP Alarm, AMP Security, Jared Hallows, Mike Melzer, Platinum Protection, Ryan Lee, Security Systems News (SSN), U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Vector Security, Wendell Jacobson

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Talks may resolve AMP court case in Minnesota

November 10, 2010Tess Nacelewicz

OREM, Utah—AMP Alarm, a summer-model company based here, is planning to enter mediation talks with the state of Minnesota regarding a lawsuit that state's attorney general filed this spring, charging it with deceptive sales practices. AMP attorney Hal Reiser stressed the settlement talks are not an admission by the company to the charges in the lawsuit. “We've defended and continue to defend and deny the allegations by the Minnesota attorney general,” Reiser said in a Nov. 3 interview. However,...

AMP Alarm, Hal Reiser, Minnesota AG

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