ANDOVER CONTROLS TAKES CONTROL OF INTEGRAL TECHNOLOGIES, ACQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGING FIRM
Andover Controls Corp. announces it has acquired Integral Technologies Inc., a developer of digital imaging solutions and products for the security and surveillance industry. Integral will continue to operate from its headquarters in Indianapolis as a subsidiary of Andover Controls. Terms of the deal were not revealed. “The acquisition of Integral Technologies enhances the range of products and services that we are able to offer the integrated building management, security and services market,” says William LaPointe, president of Andover Controls. “Integral’s market-leading technology products, based on digital imaging, CCTV and security system software integration, complement our existing range of access control and building management products and services.”
Andover Controls is a provider of integrated controls systems for HVAC, lighting, access control, security management and process control applications. “Becoming a part of Andover Controls offers significant opportunities for us,” says David Underwood, president of Integral Technologies. “We are able to expand the offering of our products through Andover’s well-established worldwide channel of integrators and resellers.”
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