SFI Electronics And Universal Protection Security Systems Obtain Ranking On SDM Top Integrators List
SANTA ANA, Calif., July 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SFI Electronics and Universal Protection Security Systems, divisions of Universal Services of America, are excited to announce that they placed #19 on the SDM's Top Systems Integrators list. There were a total of 124 companies that made the list.
"We are pleased to earn inclusion among the twenty largest security systems integrators and appreciate SDM's ongoing commitment to publishing the annual rankings," said Steve Jones, Co-CEO and Chief Operating Officer of Universal Services of America. "The growth we have experienced is evidence of the increasing importance that security systems integration has for our clients as part of our total security solutions."
The Top Systems Integrators report is comprised of businesses that derive more than half of their revenue from the sales, design/engineering, installation, and service of multi-technology electronic security systems. The rankings are based on a formula that factors in revenue and percentage growth."Making the top 20 is a huge achievement for our company. We are very proud of our great employees that have fueled this success," said Louis Boulgarides, Senior Vice President of Universal Protection Security Systems. "With their continued dedication and focus on our customers, we will continue to provide the most forward thinking technology solutions to our clientele." The combined revenue for the two companies increased by more than 11% in an industry that SDM reports had a 9% decrease in total integration market revenue. "It is gratifying to advance in the SDM rankings. Our team of dedicated professionals takes pride in its technical excellence and all-out commitment to getting results for our clients," said Tom Fogle, President of SFI Electronics. "We are truly thankful for the confidence and support of our clients over the past 35 years." For the full SDM article and report, visit http://www.sdmmag.com/articles/print/89410-the-18th-annual-top-systems-integrators-report-neither-stellar-nor-stagnant. SFI Electronics and Universal Protection Security Systems provide their customers with the most advanced security equipment and latest developments in technology through partnerships with many outstanding manufacturers and suppliers. For more information on what Universal's systems divisions can do for your business, visit http://www.universalpro.com/index.html. For additional security systems news, visit http://www.universal1965.com. About Universal Services of AmericaFounded in 1965, Universal Services of America combines an innovative mix of tradition with cutting edge systems and technology to keep pace with the ever-evolving needs of today's business environments. Headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif., with offices located nationwide, Universal employs hands-on, highly experienced management teams and continuous training to deliver consistent, high quality security solutions. Universal is made up of four unique divisions: Universal Protection Service, which offers a wide range of security professionals for commercial properties of every type; Universal Building Maintenance, which specializes in green cleaning services for every kind of facility; Universal Security Systems and SFIE, which provide full-service security systems; and Universal Fire/Life Safety Services, which offers all aspects of emergency preparation. (State licenses: 1003458, 14417, 1025514, 0600, 58361, 11-1376, A2000170). Visit us at : http://www.universalpro.com. Keep up with the latest news at: http://www.universal1965.com. SOURCE Universal Protection Security Systems
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