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An intriguing market development in these tough economic times is fleshed out in SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION’s fourth annual Systems Integrator Study. The survey results show a majority of companies, based on size, are grouping in the middle echelon. March 31, 2008

An intriguing market development in these tough economic times is fleshed out in SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION’s fourth annual Systems Integrator Study. The survey results show a majority of companies, based on size, are grouping in the middle echelon. Fewer companies now populate near the bottom rung, and same goes for ... By Scott Goldfine · March 31, 2008

When the electronic security industry failed to grow like gangbusters immediately after 9/11 it became abundantly clear that economics is the most powerful force known to humankind. Even in the wake of the most heinous single attack ever carried out on U.S. soil and the advent of the war on terror, funding proved as difficult to track down as Osama Bin Laden and bureaucracy proved as hard a nut to crack as al-Qaida. Ultimately, and dishearteningly, the slumping economy... By Scott Goldfine · November 30, 2007

The market for alarm systems, services and installations is expected to reach $19.6 billion by 2011, according to a new ... September 30, 2007

Consolidation has come to security systems integration and it is having a profound impact on the industry. With companies such as Stanley Works, Securitas, Johnson Controls, Siemens Building Technologies (SBT), ADT and many others aggressively pursuing the market, the percentage of integrators bringing in more than $100 million in annual revenues has nearly quadrupled from less than two years ago. July 31, 2007

End users, particularly at the corporate security director/manager level, continue to better understand, embrace and demand advanced technological solutions. This places the onus on installing security contractors and consultants to challenge themselves to keep pace. By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2006

End users, particularly at the corporate security director/manager level, continue to better understand, embrace and demand advanced technological solutions ... By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2006

What’s the profile of a typical electronic security systems integration business? If you’re in that line of work, the odds are your company is 20 years old or less (73 percent); has 25 or fewer full-time employees (64 percent); has in excess of $1 million in annual gross revenue (62 percent); derives most of its business from the commercial and industrial markets (81 percent); and specializes in CCTV and access control (59 percent). By Scott Goldfine · February 28, 2006

February 28, 2006

Mergers and acquisitions are spurring the pace of the fire alarm equipment market according to a new study by research firm Frost & Sullivan. March 31, 2005




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