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Advance Technology management reorg propels growth

Internal apprenticeship and internship programs bring high quality talent to integrator
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07/15/2015

SCARBOROUGH, Maine—Advance Technology president Rob Simopoulos credits a management reorganization with helping propel the company's growth. Simopoulos is projecting revenues of $9 million this year, a 37 percent increase over 2014.

Five Questions: Ken Frank, RFI Communications & Security Systems

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05/27/2014

Ken Frank recently became a senior account executive for RFI Communications & Security Systems, a multisystems integrator based in San Jose, Calif. His background includes 20 years of integration experience as well as nine years as a regional sales manager in access control and video systems. He will work with new and existing customers, assisting in the development of business, as well as new concepts to be applied within a range of vertical markets. Security Systems News caught up with Ken in March and asked him five questions:

Cook Security Group expands into California

Company now has two facilities in California, and may add more
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05/09/2014

MILWAUKIE, Ore.—Cook Security Group, a full-service security company that does mostly commercial business, has opened two new facilities in California, expanding the company’s West Coast footprint in its number one growth market, Randy Neu, the company’s chief marketing officer, told Security Systems News.

Skunk Baxter's idea for a value-add service

Are you teaching your customers situational awareness?
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06/14/2010

CHICAGO—At what is by many measures a successful PSA-TEC 2010 here, perhaps one of the more anticipated elements of the show was the keynote address by Jeffrey “Skunk” Baxter, a Grammy-winning guitarist and producer and now highly trusted national defense consultant. Just what was this guy going to talk about?

Henry Bros. thinks they’re past the trough - is the market?

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Henry Bros. reported earnings today, and though the numbers don’t look “good,” there are some interesting positive signs coming out of their statement.

First the bad news: