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MAR 2014

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24 | SD&I | March 2014 The rest of our top 10 was asked the follow- ing question: What are some of the keys to your growth as a company, and what particular ver- tical markets have you seen the most growth in? Here's what each one had to say: Kratos Public Safety & Security Solutions, No. 6 "We focus in on our customer's business needs and engineer solutions that solve issues and deliver value — this is the launching point to ensuring a long-stand- ing business partner- ship," says Senior VP of Sales & Marketing Robert Gaulden. "Recent tragedies in the education market have in- creased awareness and demand for additional security, including physical access control, vid- eo surveillance and mass notifcation." American Defense Systems, No. 7 "ADS has continued to focus on multiple avenues to generate new customers," explains President Curtis Kindred. "In this industry, there are too many factors that could take out just a single avenue of generating sales. We have worked with residential builders and real estate frms. In our major market of Texas, peo- ple are buying and building homes all over — this is a very signifcant part of our business." SecureXperts Inc., No. 8 (tie) "SecureXperts has established a relationship of being a reli- able partner to our customers and being a one- stop shop for meeting both their physical secu- rity and information security requirements," explains President & CEO Darnell Washington. "The need for more effective security products and solutions continue to be in demand despite the country's economic trou- bles. The vertical markets that we have found the most growth in over the past couple of years has been in the areas of healthcare, fnan- cial and industrial control technologies in the cyber-physical security market." Cam Connections, No. 8 (tie) "We've invested a lot of time and energy into process improve- ment since 2011 — we analyzed our pain Rank Company 3-year Growth % 1 Safety Dynamics Corporation 670.3 2 Integrated Video Soultions LLC 218.4 3 Blue Violet Networks 178.8 4 Perimeter Security Group 159.6 5 SecureXperts Inc. 156.8 6 Rapid Security Solutions LLC 156 7 American Integrated Security Group 118.8 8 ClearView Security Group LLC 116.7 9 American Defense Systems 103.8 10 Daytona Broadband LLC 86.4 11 Envision Security Inc. 85.5 12 A3 Communications Inc. 83.2 13 Fidei Group Inc. 81.3 14 Securetech Inc. 80.6 15 Securityhunter Inc. 67.9 16 Stone Security 59.6 17 Cam Connections Inc. 57 18 Securadyne Systems 54.2 19 GO Security Solutions 53.4 20 Sigma Surveillance Inc. dba STS360 52.9 21 Star Asset Security 43.9 22 AlphaCorp Security 43.9 23 Continental Computers & WLANmall 43.4 24 Netronix Integration Inc. 42 25 Kratos Public Safety & Security Solutions Inc. 38 26 Sentinel Security Solutions 36.7 27 Unlimited Technology Inc. 35.3 28 Netech Corporation 34.6 29 Southeastern Security Professionals LLC 31.4 30 Integrated Security & Communications 30.4 31 American Video and Security 30.1 32 Firstline Security Systems Inc. 29.7 33 Surveillance Systems Integration 27.9 34 Pro-Vigil Inc 26.6 35 System Development Integration LLC (SDI) 24.5 36 Cedar Path Solutions Group Inc. 24.4 37 Koorsen Security Technology 20.2 38 Apex Integrated Security Solutions Inc. 19.9 39 Advanced Cabling Systems 19.3 40 My Alarm Center dba Alarm Capital Alliance 19 41 VinTech Systems Inc. 18.5 42 Convergint Technologies LLC 17.7 43 AM-TEC Total Security Inc. 16.5 44 World Wide Security Group 15 45 Kourt Security Partners dba Select Security 15 46 Prevent Security & Technology 15 47 All Systems 14.3 48 Electric Guard Dog LLC 13.3 49 iTech Digital 13.1 50 Life Safety Engineered Systems Inc. 12.6 SDI_22-33,108-109_0314 Fast50 overview.indd 24 3/5/14 1:33 PM

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