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Alliant chalks another one up

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03/01/2003

HAYWARD, Calif. - Thirty-seven year-old Royal Alarm Systems is the latest systems integrator bought by Alliant Protection Service as it looks to build its presence in the West Coast through buying companies.

Integrated Access heads west, follows client needs

The company may add more locations to serve Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 clients
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03/01/2003

CHICAGO - Now that systems integrator Integrated Access Systems has established a presence in the East, the company is setting its sights westward with a recently opened office in Chicago.

The new location could be just one of several for the security company in the near future as it looks to broaden its reach and expand service to customers with multiple locations.

PSA hosts its annual conference

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2003

in Denver
DENVER - PSA Security Network, a security cooperative of 120 systems integrators, conducted its annual conference and exhibition at the Renaissance Denver Hotel here Feb. 2 – 8, an event that featured training for technicians and classes for salespeople and business owners.

Interface Security sets course to double in size

The company is launching an aggressive campaign to grow into a large regional player
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02/01/2003

EARTH CITY, Mo. - Interface Security Systems may have wrapped up 2002 with 12 acquisitions and 20,000 new accounts on its books, but the company is not about to stop there with its acquisition spree.

Intercity’s branch capitalizes on a growing market

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02/01/2003

LAKEVILLE, Mass. - Two years after picking up a new location through its acquisition of alarm company Wayne Corp.

Coveted Super Bowl security job goes to San Diego firm

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02/01/2003

SAN DIEGO - When Super Bowl Sunday hit at the end of January, Qualcomm Stadium was equipped with a new digital video security system installed by systems integrator Electro Specialty Systems.
The contract is one of the largest ever won by the San Diego-based company.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2003

Barton makes Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list

ATLANTA - For the fourth consecutive year, Fortune magazine has recognized security services provider Barton Protective Services as one of the best places to work.

To earn the recognition, Barton completed a 31-page Hewitt People Practices Inventory Questionnaire on the company’s philosophies, policies and programs.

Custom Security transforms itself into a commercial security provider

More than 30 years ago, it focused on residential systems
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02/01/2003

LACEY, Wash. - When Bob Helstrom founded Custom Security, he built a company focused on the residential market and one that would capitalize on its ties to the Sears security dealer program.

Alliant marks its first acquisition, buys PSS

The company plans to use PSS as its foundation to grow in the security market
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01/01/2003

BURBANK, Calif. -Only a few months after announcing a reentrance in the security market, Tom Rankin’s company has made its first acquisition, one of many planned in the coming year.

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