There are shortages of all kinds in New Orleans--workers, housing, rental and storage space, for example--but for the security dealers who still have employees and a place to work out of, there's no lack of work.
John Fisher, supervisor of Federal Protection and Anchor Alarms, lost customers and office space, but his businesses are up and running and very, very busy.
BELTSVILLE, Md.--ASG's latest acquisition, of the Dallas-based residential security company Entrust Connections, brings with it $46,000 in recurring monthly revenue and 1,800 accounts, but ASG's senior officials are most excited about the company's extensive builder program.
LAWRENCE, Kan.--Following recognition of Network Multifamily Security Corporation by a housing industry publication, Richard Ginsburg, president of parent company, Protection One, said that in 2006 his company would invest more resources in Network Multifamily, a provider of alarm systems exclusively to apartment buildings.
RICHMOND, Va.--Signaling a departure from its traditional residential focus, The Brink's Company plans to expand the commercial side of its security business in 2006, Robert Ritter, The Brink's Company's vice president and chief financial officer, told Security Systems News.