ADT Announces Purchase of SAFE Electronics

ADT Commercial continues its strategic M&A strategy to expand its nationwide geographic footprint with today’s announcement that it has purchased SAFE Electronics Inc., Las Vegas, NV. The acquisition comes just a month after ADT Commercial purchased the assets and customer agreements of Atlanta-based Ackerman Security Systems’ commercial sales and service division.

Established in 1984, SAFE Electronics has been a family-owned and operated low-voltage systems integrator, helping to protect people and property across the state of Nevada. SAFE Electronics specializes in the system design and installation of fire alarm and suppression systems, security alarms, video surveillance and access control for a wide range of commercial industries, including in retail, industrial facilities, institutional environments, hotels and hospitality, gaming and entertainment arenas, and manufacturing sites.

“We’re so excited to welcome SAFE Electronics to ADT Commercial and to deepen our presence in the Las Vegas area and across the state of Nevada. For decades, SAFE Electronics has proven its wide-ranging expertise in protecting what matters most to commercial customers, and we’re thrilled for them to join the ADT Commercial family,” said Dan Bresingham, executive vice president, Commercial at ADT.

“For more than 35 years, SAFE and our talented employees have established a commitment to excellence in serving customers across a wide range of industries. We’re proud to join ADT Commercial, whose national presence will allow us to better respond to our customers’ evolving needs and provide our dedicated team with the career growth opportunities and expanded capabilities to best serve our customers,” said Roy Pross, president at SAFE Electronics Inc.

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