Two security systems integrators have joined Security-Net, it was announced today. Security-Net was established in 1993 and now comprises 24 independent system integrators that operate internationally to provide clients with a single source for all their electronic security needs.
Joining the group from the Boston area are Pasek Corporation and CGL Electronic Security.
“We ensure all new members meet the high standards set by Security-Net,” said John Krumme, president of Security-Net and of Kansas-based Cam-Dex Security. “Both companies, Pasek and CGL, have displayed a history of strong customer service to their customers and will strengthen our current membership in this region.”
Pasek Corporation has provided security solutions to New England area customers since 1876. For more than 130 years, the company has worked to develop strong relationships with security equipment manufacturers and has a dedicated staff, 80 percent of whom have been with the company for over 15 years, Security-Net stated in a press release issued today.
“Security-Net is the leading group of international security integrators and is growing each year,” said David M Alessandrini, vice president of Pasek Corporation. “We look forward to sharing our collective experience with our knowledgeable Security-Net colleagues.”
CGL has been in business since 1998,  and was founded by Brendan Cavanaugh, Jim Gallagher and Ron Ludvigsen. The company has an open policy to allow higher degrees of collaboration between employees and management. “Security-Net shares our core values and philosophies as a company,” said Ron Ludvigsen, president of CGL Electronic Security. “Both organizations make the client a priority and ensure the highest level of service and customer satisfaction.”
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