International association of independent integrators now has 24 members.
SecurityNet, an international network of leading independent system integrators offering clients a single, responsible source for meeting all electronic security needs, recently announced the addition of four new members.
The additional members, which bring the total number of SecurityNet members to 24, will enable the group to provide even better service to its clients, said John Krumme, president of SecurityNet and of Kansas City-based Cam-Dex Security.
"Each of our new members brings years of experience and expertise working with major clients and new technologies," he said. "I look forward to the energy and new ideas they can offer. SecurityNet has always combined the strengths of the individual members to create a greater knowledge and service base for our clients."
Joining SecurityNet are:
• Access Control Technologies, Clifton, N.J. The company was founded in 1989 and its SecurityNet territories will include parts of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware.
• Access Systems Integration, founded in 1999 and based in Hazlet, N.J. It will serve metropolitan New York City, Philadelphia and parts of Connecticut.
• Intelli-Tec, a Westbury, N.Y.-based integrator founded in 1999. It will provide service to Long Island, Westchester County, N.Y., and northern New Jersey and southwest Connecticut.
• MidCo, a Burr Ridge, Ill.-based firm founded in 1960. The company will provide SecurityNet service to clients in Chicago, its suburbs and mid-state Illinois.
"Before asking these new members to join SecurityNet, we made certain they shared the same dedication to education, service and technology that is part of our organizational culture," Krumme said. "Also ACT, ACI, Intelli-Tech and MidCo will help us to bring SecurityNet's international expertise, with local service, to two of the country's largest metropolitan areas – New York and Chicago."
Founded in 1993, SecurityNet is a network of 24 independent international system integrators providing clients with a single source for all electronic security needs. The group serves clients in commercial, industrial, education, government, financial and public sector facilities across North America, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Japan, Australia and the Dominican Republic.
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