Convergint announced it has acquired Ojo Technology, a Fremont, Calif.-based security systems integrator and leader in video surveillance and access control security solutions.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The acquisition expands Convergint’s West Coast presence and extends the company’s capabilities in the state, local, education and transportation markets.
Angie Wong founded Ojo Technology in 2003 and serves as president. She will remain with the company. Ojo Technology specializes in enterprise, tier-one, network-centric, physical and cloud-based systems. The company works with all major municipal districts in Northern California, including more than 30 of the region’s cities and counties and the majority of local school districts.
“Ojo Technology is a recognized leader in its local market, with deep network and cloud experience, and a solid reputation as an exceptional service provider. We’re thrilled to welcome Angie Wong and her team to Convergint,” said Sean Flint, executive vice president of Convergint. “Ojo’s longstanding commitment to empowering women in security and passion for diversity, equity and inclusion is a natural fit for our priorities at Convergint and well-aligned with our Values and Beliefs.”
Wong was featured on the cover of SDM’s April emagazine and in the issue’s State of the Market - Access Control feature article.
“Convergint’s focus on corporate culture, specifically its ongoing efforts to build and empower a diverse and inclusive workplace, makes it the right fit for Ojo,” Wong said. “By joining forces with Convergint, we’ll be able to expand our market-leading capabilities and take advantage of expanded resources to deepen our service delivery for both new and existing customers.”