Sage Integration Adds Knoxville, Tennessee Office

Integrator opens its fourth office to meet high client demand in fast-growing city

Sage Integration will deliver its client-centric services to the rapidly-growing eastern Tennessee region through a new office in Knoxville. This is Sage Integration’s fourth office; the others are located in Kent, Ohio, Atlanta and Dallas.

John Nemerofsky, Sage Integration’s chief operating officer, said an increased client base and demand for service in the fast-growing Knoxville area warranted the opening of the new office.

“The Knoxville area is a growing center for higher education, major public and private energy and scientific operations and expanding healthcare campuses – the type of enterprise clients Sage Integration protects,” he said. “Our new office enables us to rapidly deliver innovative security solutions to our expanding list of clients in this area.”

Nemerofsky said another reason for choosing Knoxville was the city’s large number of vendors known for their metal fabrication expertise, an essential aspect of many security projects. Mike Walker, a Sage Integration system engineer and nationally certified project manager, will lead the Knoxville office.

With a strong leadership team and financial backing, Sage Integration is developing a national footprint for serving enterprise organizations through organic growth and acquisitions of leading regional integrators. Nemerofsky said Sage Integration will continue opening new offices as necessary to meet growing demand.

Sage Integration was formed in 2019 by merging two regional security powerhouses, AYSCO Security Consultants and DTS Security.

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