Convergint Technologies was host to retired four-star general and former member of joint chiefs of staff Craig McKinley, one-star general Matt Baker and other military dignitaries at the recent presentation and signing of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) agreement with Convergint CEO, Ken Lochiatto and fellow colleagues representing the United States Army, Army National Guard, Marines and Air-force.
Convergint Technologies announced the integration of PASS safety standards for K-12 schools served by the worldwide systems integrator’s STEP Up program. The STEP Up program —standing for secure, train, educate and protect— launched June 8 as part of Convergint’s annual social responsibility day. Via STEP Up, Convergint provides security upgrades to underserved K-12 schools across the country.
OnSSI announced an enhanced partner initiative for their National Accounts Program that will deliver benefits and incentives to valued channel partners. The company also recently announced the appointment of David Barber as the new National Account Manager, who together with this program, will support OnSSI’s partners. OnSSI’s enhanced program rewards reseller partners, like Convergint Technologies. Partners enrolled in the company’s program realize exceptional profit margins, and benefit from a strong product offering, comprehensive technical and sales support, and free licenses for completion of Ocularis training.
Siklu announced that the John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio, has deployed mmWave radios from Siklu providing wireless connectivity for a remote building and the airport runway for the purposes of local area network connectivity (LAN, internet, VOIP). The airport, which is the largest passenger airport in central Ohio and second busiest in the state with over 150 flights daily, had a need for a wireless network to connect its Shipping and Receiving Building, which is a detached building located half a mile across the runway.
Convergint Technologies introduced its new financial partnership with a fund managed by the Private Equity Group of Ares Management, L.P. The Private Equity Group seeks to invest in businesses with leading franchises and attractive growth prospects and is part of Ares Management, a leading global alternative asset manager with approximately $106 billion of assets under management. Via the new partnership, Convergint will continue its growth through strong operational and acquisition programs and expanded professional services.
Convergint Technologies, a worldwide leader in service-based systems integration, announced the acquisition of Operational Security Systems, Inc. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA and with an additional location in Orlando, FL. Operational Security Systems is a full-service provider of the design, installation, and maintenance of electronic security systems.
Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, has released the CrimeEye-RD-2 rapid deployment portable video surveillance system, the latest in its CrimeEye® line of digital video surveillance solutions. The unique features of the CrimeEye-RD-2 make it a perfect video surveillance solution for marathons, parades, street fairs, concerts, or any other temporary security deployment.
Convergint Technologies, a KRG Fund IV (“KRG”) portfolio company and leading independent provider of integration services for electronic security, fire and life safety, and building automation systems has announced the acquisition of Go Security Solutions. Founded in 2009, Go Security Solutions is a full service systems integrator specializing in electronic access control, video surveillance, alarm systems, and mechanical security solutions. The acquisition represents Convergint’s seventh transaction of 2016.
Convergint Technologies announced the acquisition of Beacon Security and Communications Solutions, a leading provider of physical security systems and services in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe. Beacon is a value-added security solutions provider serving global Fortune 500 companies.
Yesterday’s tragic Navy Yard shooting in Washington D.C., in which a gunman killed at least 12 people, will serve to keep active-shooter drills at the forefront of first responder agencies for months to come. Active shooter response is one of the many topics planned for the ASIS Int’l Seminar and Exhibits next week in Chicago. […]