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Allied Universal acquires Securadyne Systems

SANTA ANA, Calif.— Security and facility services firm Allied Universal has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Securadyne Systems, a security systems integration company based in Dallas, Texas.

April 9, 2019  By  SP&T Staff

The deal is expected to close on April 15. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Allied Universal says Securadyne Systems offers security consulting, design, engineering and installation.

“Our new acquisition of Securadyne Systems supports our long-term strategy to become the leader in the security technology market,” said Steve Jones, CEO of Allied Universal, in a prepared statement “As security needs change and evolve, Allied Universal will offer clients cutting-edge technology and service that will help make their security programs more effective and efficient to better protect their employees and assets.”

According to Allied Universal, Securadyne Systems will become the technology service platform upon which it will build out systems integration capabilities. This new tech platform will be rebranded as Allied Universal Technology Services, which will be headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The Securadyne team will be joining Allied Universal under Allied Universal Technology Services.


Allied Universal says the new division will offer clients electronic access control, video surveillance, fire/life safety, alarm monitoring, emergency communications, technological threat management and response, and other smart tech solutions.

“During our acquisition integration planning, I have witnessed first-hand not only the strong culture fit, but also the compelling growth synergies that exist between our two organizations,” said Carey Boethel, CEO of Securadyne, also in a statement. “In addition to our systems integration platform, we are excited to now offer our clients a comprehensive approach to security to include security guarding, consulting and investigations, executive protection, alarm monitoring and a broad array remote technology services.”

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