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Allied Universal acquires Advent Systems Inc.

Deal expands company’s technology services division in Midwest region
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11/07/2019

SANTA ANA, Calif. and ELMHURST, Ill.—Allied Universal, a security and facility services company, recently announced the acquisition of Advent Systems, Inc., a low-voltage integrator of IP video, access control, structured cabling and audio/visual systems based in Elmhurst, Ill.

PSA announces new board of director members

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04/05/2018

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—PSA, one of the world’s largest electronic security cooperatives, recently announced changes to its Board of Directors.

Securadyne seeks to differentiate itself with consulting services

Target customers are regulated industries, mid-sized companies that can’t afford professional consulting
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04/14/2015

CARROLLTON, Texas—Many integrators talk about taking a consultative approach with their customers, but super-regional Securadyne Systems has gone one step further by offering professional consulting services in-house.

PSA-TEC State of the Industry: The ‘brave and bold’ who invest in IT will thrive

Bradley, Boethel, Simopoulos share details of their IT investment strategies
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05/07/2014

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—Invest big in IT smarts and do it now. That is what executives from some leading systems integration firms—Securadyne, Advance Technology and Safeguard Security—say they’re working on at their own companies today.

Will Securadyne be the next Convergint?

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

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.

Securadyne acquires Intelligent Access Systems

Startup integrator now has revenues of $70 million and 300 employees
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01/07/2014

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 acquires platform for growth in Northeast

Boethel: Surveillance Specialties brings fire installation, other technical, vertical market expertise
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09/05/2012

DALLAS—Securadyne Systems, a new systems integration company launched in February by industry veterans Ken Francis and Carey Boethel, now has a platform for growth in the Northeast with the acquisition of Surveillance Specialties (SURV).

Former Siemens & GE execs found Securadyne, acquire SecureNet as platform for growth

Carey Boethel and Ken Francis go into business; financial partner, Pamlico Capital, ready to fund additional acquisitions
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03/01/2012

DALLAS—Carey Boethel and Ken Francis, two well-known industry veterans, announced this morning that they’ve founded a new systems integration firm called Securadyne Systems, and acquired SecureNet,  a Dallas-based security integra