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G4S Technology creates new service and maintenance division

New G4S president Sam Belbina says goal is to derive 40 percent of revenue from service within 18 months
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12/16/2013

OMAHA, Neb.—With the goal of increasing the percentage of revenue it derives from services from 25 to 40 percent, G4S Technology, a national systems integrator and project management company for electronic security systems and communication networks, has launched a new division.

G4S announces new executive lineup

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12/03/2013

OMAHA, Neb.—Systems integrator G4S Technology has made some organizational changes in its executive team that it says are strategic to its growth.

G4S expands western footprint

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05/15/2013

OMAHA, Neb.—G4S Technology, a systems integrator based here, is expanding its western presence by opening up a new regional office in Seattle, according to a news release.

G4S Technology gets new EVP

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

G4S’s integration business, G4S Technology, (formerly Adesta), has a new EVP: Sam Belbina. Belbina will be in charge of business development, marketing and communications, and strategic initiatives such as new markets and the expansion of National and Global Services business.

Belbina comes from Schneider Electric where he ran sales for the Schneider/Pelco video brand and the integrated security solutions business in the United States. “In this role, he captured and managed over $400M in business,” G4S said.  

Belbina will report to Bob Sommerfeld, president of G4S Technology.

Virtual roundtable on new and emerging technologies

Experts share their views on technology with Security Systems News
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03/23/2012

YARMOUTH, Maine—PSIM, cloud-based services, mobile apps, video analytics, identity management and access control—such new and emerging technologies and issues are changing and shaping the industry. Which ones are advancing most rapidly and are the most important? And what other new technology trends are on the horizon?

Is video analytics ready to go ‘mainstream’?

TechSec experts weigh in on the technology’s future
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02/08/2012

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Video analytics is clawing its way back from a bad reputation caused by early cases of overpromising and under-delivering and one manufacturer predicted the technology would go “mainstream” within two years. Those were some of the views on video analytics shared by experts during a panel discussing the topic at this year’s TechSec conference.

Adesta changes name

More collaboration, assimilation is part of the plan
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03/03/2011

OMAHA, Neb.—Adesta, a systems integrator, which was acquired about 16 months ago by mega security company G4S, changed its name to G4S Technology on March 1.