Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Saturday, March 1, 2003

Technology Connections now UStec dealer
VICTOR, N.Y. - UStec, a provider of structured wiring systems and related components, has entered into a strategic marketing alliance with Technology Connections Inc.

As a certified UStec dealer, Technology Connections will be able to offer its customers the full line of UStec products, including systems that allow television connections in up to six rooms.

Kevin Kyzer, Technology Connections chief executive officer, said he decided to enter into a marketing alliance with UStec because of “their outstanding product performance, aesthetics, and product warranty.”
Voxcom announces third quarter results

EDMONTON, Alberta - Voxcom saw increases in its monitoring and service revenues while seeing a slight decline in total overall revenues, according to third-quarter results for 2002. Company officials say the decrease in total revenue can partially be attributed to a change in accounting practices over the last year.

Brad Sparrow, Voxcom president and chief executive officer, said in a release that Voxcom is continuing to explore avenues for growth.

Voxcom provides monitoring services for security alarm systems and LifeCall emergency response systems to approximately 77,500 accounts across Canada.
FutureSmart recognized as top Utah company

DRAPER, Utah - For the second year in a row, structured wiring and home networking systems manufacturer FutureSmart Systems has been recognized as one of Utah’s fastest growing companies.

The company, based here, was named to the “Utah Top 100” list by Gov. Michael Leavitt. To be considered, the company must be based in Utah, been in business for at least five years and reported a minimum first-year revenue of $50,000.