Convergint Technologies, a provider of service-based systems integration, announced the acquisition of Corporate Security Services, located in Edison, N.J. This marks the fifth acquisition that Convergint has completed in as many months.
Convergint continues to drive double-digit growth both organically and through acquisitions, four of which have deepened its capabilities domestically, and one that has expanded its global footprint. Amplifying the reach and expertise of Convergint, these acquisitions reinforce Convergint’s dedication to being the best service provider possible for its customers around the world, the company reported in a press release.
“2016 has been a historic year for Convergint, with a record number of five acquisitions in five months, and more to come,” said Dan Moceri, executive chairman and co-founder of Convergint Technologies. “Our fifth acquisition this year, Corporate Security Services, shares in Convergint’s mission to be our customers’ best service provider, and we are excited to have their team join Convergint Nation.”
Founded in 1993, Corporate Security Services provides security solutions to the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia areas. This acquisition expands Convergint’s reach in these regions and offers Convergint robust engineering expertise in designing complex integrated systems. Corporate Security Services brings Convergint a highly visible customer base with a strength in the financial and hospital verticals. Their customer service focus aligns with Convergint’s culture of unparalleled service and support, Convergint reported.
“Teaming with Convergint allows us to offer the opportunities provided by a large organization while still maintaining the personal connection and quick response to which our clients have become accustomed,” said Robert McCabe, president of Corporate Security Services. “Convergint’s commitment to superior customer service was a driving factor in our decision to join their team.”
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