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APR 2019

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24 Security Business / www.SecurityInfoWatch.com / April 2019 Security 101 Hampton Roads celebrated its best-ever year for gross revenue in 2018 at this team luncheon. No. 8 Security 101 Hampton Roads (Va.) After breaking into the Fast50 with four of its independently-owned franchises in 2018, Security 101 again posted a solid Fast50 showing in 2019, led by Susan Hunter’s Norfolk, Va.-based franchise. Security 101 Hampton Roads rose three spots in the rankings this year, thanks to a nearly 92-percent gross income increase in 2018. “Our growth was the result of three elements – expansion into the higher education and federal markets; the ops team doubling down in hiring the best technicians out there, which gave our sales team an incomparable product offering; and the hands-on assistance that we got from our manufacturing partners helping us grow existing markets,” Hunter says. “Specifically, we partnered with the Genetec federal team, which brought vertical-specific skills and information that helped us be successful as a new entrant to (the federal government) vertical.” No. 9 3Sixty Integrated San Antonio, Texas A newcomer to the Fast50, 3Sixty Integrated has risen near the top of the rankings behind its Lifecycle Management (LCM) program. Powered by its proprietary SiteOwl software, the RMR-generating service and maintenance program tracks, optimizes and maintains the functionality of a system throughout its lifecycle. The software regularly assesses 3sixty Integrated's SiteOwl shows customers their entire security infrastructure on a single dashboard. They instantly know the status of each device, team member, or vendor – everyone is on the same page. Fast50 Executives Speak Don't ever be afraid to invest in your most important company asset: your employees. Always work to recruit and retain the best talent available in your market. Work to build a team of technical professionals who have a passion for the electronic security industry – who want to ensure the work is done properly. Dan O'Sullivan, CEO, GC&E Systems Group Inc. (No. 13) (The cloud) has been great for the clients that are using it, but it is a bit difficult to convince more clients to go in this direction. Andy Llanio, CEO, Security Systems & More (No. 44)

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