The result of the 2017 SDM 100 was upbeat: Collectively, the industry’s 100 largest security dealers grew their recurring monthly revenue (RMR) 18.4 percent, from $612 million to $725 million, last year.
ScanSource Inc., a global provider of technology products and solutions, has been named to Fortune magazine’s 2017 list of World’s Most Admired Companies. The annual survey is given to top executives, directors and financial analysts, to identify the companies with the strongest reputations within their industries and across industries.
Professional Security Canada launched the inaugural report, Canada’s Top Security Companies — a ranking by revenue of the largest security systems integration and monitoring companies across the country.
There is a list for almost everything, anyplace in the world — and Canada is no exception. If you want to know about the best jobs Canada has to offer, you may turn to Canadian Business’ report, “Canada’s Best Jobs 2016: The Top 25 Jobs In Canada.”
Supreme Security Systems Inc. of New Jersey has acquired CWR Security Systems Inc., a residential, commercial and industrial security company with more than 30 years of experience serving Monmouth and Ocean counties.
It’s used in many different ways by different people, but the primary objective of the SDM 100 remains the same after 25 years: to measure consumer dollars gained by alarm companies, in order to present an account of the size of the market captured by the 100 largest security providers.
The 2016 SDM 100, a group of the top security companies ranked by RMR, continues to knock the cover off the ball when it comes to selling into both residential and non-residential markets, providing hosted and managed services, and monitoring.
Fire detection insiders are literally “fired up” over last year’s market performance and the potential going forward. While still heavily codedriven, there are signs of technology innovations and changes pointing to more integration and opportunity than ever before. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.