Lenel, Integral, SLP Earn Spots on Inc. 500 List
A trio of security-related companies are celebrating being named to the Inc. 500, an annually published list that recognizes the nation’s fastest-growing, privately held companies based on revenue growth during a 5-year period. Rochester-based Lenel Systems Intl. Inc., a global provider of software for the security industry ranks No. 39 on the list; Integral Technologies Inc. of Indianapolis, a manufacturer of digital video components, is No. 237; and St. Louis’ SLP Capital, a specialty lender to the alarm industry, made the list for the fourth year in a row at No. 264.
“There are more than half-a-million new businesses started each year and most just struggle to survive, so we at Lenel feel tremendous pride that we have managed to become a success story on a national level,” says Elena Prokupets, Lenel’s CEO, president and co-founder.” Says Dave Underwood, president of Integral Technologies, “Integral’s recent growth has been phenomenal. We plan to continue expanding our presence in new markets …” “The foundation of our business is providing creative financing and business services solutions our customers,” states Bill Polk, president of SLP Capital. “It is impossible to sustain the growth of any company without the support of a great group of customers, employees, suppliers and professional advisors.”
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