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Strategic Security Solutions brings on new leadership

January 2, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

RALEIGH, N.C.—Strategic Security Solutions (S3), a super regional systems integrator based here, recently brought on industry veteran Ron Oetjen as partner and president.Jay SlaughterbeckS3 CEO Jay Slaughterbeck, who is a member of the Security Systems News' 20 under 40 Integrator Class of 2016, told SSN that he is excited to have Oetjen join the team and bring his leadership and experience to S3.“Ron and I go way back and have deep roots and he has helped me with my personal development...

Jay Slaughterbeck, Ron Oetjen, S3, Strategic Security Solutions


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PSA-TEC: Integrators on how to adapt and thrive

May 6, 2015Martha Entwistle

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—The subtitle for this year's “State of the Integrator” panel discussion at PSA-TEC was “Adapt or Die.” Despite the foreboding subtitle, the panelists' outlook was decidedly optimistic ... for some integrators anyway. Panelists agreed that independent integrators who do not embrace changing technology and update to service-centric business models will not survive, but Jorge Lozano, president of systems integration firm Condortech, pointed out why independent...

Bill Bozeman, Brent Franklin, Christine Lanning, Condortech, IST, Jorge Lozano, PSA Security, PSA-TEC, Ron Oetjen, Securadyne


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IAS moves into Cincy, a critical infrastructure 'mecca'

April 14, 2014Martha Entwistle

CINCINNATI—Setting up shop in this city, with its chemical, power and other critical infrastructure businesses, has been on Intelligent Access Systems' roadmap for four years, Ron Oetjen, IAS founder and SVP of Securadyne Systems, told Security Systems News.“Cincinnati is known to be a mecca for those types of companies,” he said. “We have several significant enterprise client opportunities in this region. We also have an office in Canton [Ohio] and we wanted to serve western...

critical infrastructre, Intelligent Access Systems, Jeremy Brewer, Kevin Grice, physical security, Ron Oetjen, Securadyne, SSN


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Securadyne expands in the Heartland

April 9, 2014Martha Entwistle

Intelligent Access Systems—a rapidly growing systems integrator that was acquired by Securadyne in January—has made a move in the Midwest, expanding into Cincinnati and tri-state region (comprising Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana). IAS employee Kevin Grice has relocated to the area and hired Cincinnati native and industry veteran, Jeremy Brewer. Securadyne Systems' branch network is now in more than 15 locations, from Texas to Maine. Founded by Ron Oetjen in 2004, IAS specializes in integration...

Cincinnati, Intelligent Access Systems, Jeremy Brewer, Kevin Grice, Ron Oetjen, Securadyne Systems


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Will Securadyne be the next Convergint?

January 8, 2014Martha Entwistle

Will Securadyne be the next Convergint? That's a possibility, according to Bill Bozeman, CEO of PSA Security. Bozeman has experience building a systems integration firm and knows both of the players in the Securadyne/Intelligent Access Systems deal that was announced yesterday. In case you missed it, Securadyne, a start-up integrator founded by Carey Boethel and Pamlico Capital in early 2012, yesterday announced that it has acquired Ron Oetjen's company, Intelligent Access Systems, one of the most...

Bill Bozeman, Carey Boethel, Convergint Technologies, Dan Moceri, Pamlico Capital, Ron Oetjen, Securadyne Systems, security systems integrator


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Securadyne acquires Intelligent Access Systems

January 7, 2014Martha Entwistle

CARROLLTON, Texas—Securadyne Systems took a giant step toward becoming a national integrator with the acquisition, announced today, of Intelligent Access Systems (IAS), one of the most successful and rapidly growing regional integrators in the country.Securadyne now has $70 million in revenue, 300 employees and 16 branch offices in the Southwest, Southeast and the Northeast.IAS, based in Garner, N.C., was founded in 2004 by Ron Oetjen and specializes in integration for critical infrastructure,...

Carey Boethel, Intelligent Access Systems (IAS), Ron Oetjen, Securadyne Systems


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The "haves and have-nots of security integration companies"

May 8, 2013Martha Entwistle

PSA TEC is in full swing. The action started on Sunday night, but I arrived late on Monday. Yesterday I spent the day (Tuesday) talking to PSA Security integrators and members and attending four different educational sessions. I attended the State of the Industry panel, moderated by PSA Security CEO Bill Bozeman and featuring a large group of integrators and industry experts; a discussion on Big Data, Business Resiliency and Physical Security moderated by Chris Peckham of Kratos; a session on security...

Bill Bozeman, Chris Peckham, Dakota Security, Don Erickson, Eric Yunag, Intelligent Access, Jim Henry, Kratos, Phil Aronson, PSA Security


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General News

The PSIM potential

September 4, 2012Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—If you are a vendor or integrator of PSIM systems, the chances are good that you consider this to be an exciting time in the security industry.And the chances also are excellent that, regardless of your expertise and experience, your views on PSIM market trends will be challenged by others in the field.PSIM (physical security information management) software and systems are only six or seven years old. That's young enough to generate the buzz of possibilities yet old enough...

Advantech Inc., Bob Banerjee, Dave Sweeney, Frost & Sullivan, Intelligent Access Systems, James Chong, Mark Denari, PSIM, Ron Oetjen, SAIC Energy Environment & Infrastructure


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IAS branching out in Charlotte

June 13, 2012Martha Entwistle

CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Intelligent Access Systems, a PSA Security integrator, is opening its sixth office here this month."This is the first time we've not had a key customer in the area where we open an office," IAS CEO Ron Oetjen told Security Systems News. What IAS does have, Oetjen said, is "the right person, the right opportunity and the right city [to make this office work].""If you look at our company vision statement, it says that we want to be the strongest and most respected independent systems...

IAS, Intelligent Access Systems, PSA Security, Ron Oetjen, Security Systems News


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Intelligent Access Systems creating new software

October 27, 2011Martha Entwistle

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico—Intelligent Access Systems in September hired a VP of IT, Mike Baranski, whose first project is to oversee the creation of new access control software for regulated industries.“It's for access control provisioning,” Ron Oetjen, president of IAS, told Security Systems News during an interview at the PSA Security Convention, which was held here Oct. 21-25.“Customers in regulated markets have to do a certain level of documentation for auditors, and there's...

Intelligent Access Systems, Mike Baranski, NICE Situator, Quantum Secure, Ron Oetjen


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