Convergint Technologies Closes 7th Acquisition Of 2016
Convergint Technologies, a global provider of service-based systems integration, acquired Go Security Solutions. Founded in 2009, Go Security Solutions is a full-service systems integrator specializing in electronic access control, video surveillance, alarm systems and mechanical security solutions.
Convergint continues to drive both organic and incremental growth through acquisitions. Go Security Solutions is the seventh acquisition that Convergint has completed since January of 2016. These acquisitions have strengthened Convergint’s capabilities globally, and they reinforce Convergint’s dedication to being its customers’ best service provider, the company reported in a press release.
Guided by Gary Osterhout and Mike Kotwicki, Go Security Solutions is located in Westborough, Massachusetts, and it services a four-state area with a particular focus on the higher education and financial markets.
“We are excited to have Gary, Mike and their entire team join Convergint,” said Dan Moceri, executive chairman and co-founder of Convergint Technologies. “They bring an enthusiastic team of customer-centric colleagues to our organization. Go Security has been growing at an impressive pace, and they enhance our ability to service customers throughout the Northeast.”
Convergint and Go Security share in a culture deeply dedicated to customer service. The joint organization provides a diverse range of service-focused security and fire solutions, including system design, integration, installation, training and support services with a highly experienced workforce.
“Convergint is a proven leader in the industry with a history of growth and success,” said Gary Osterhout, president of Go Security. “Our combined resources and strengths will be a true asset for our customers as we continue to expand our business and customer base across New England and beyond. The positive culture and values that Convergint has developed over the years are a great fit for both our customers and colleagues.”