Arcom Systems (no. 46)—Arcom Systems attributes its growth in 2012 to major wins in the healthcare vertical space in the state of Arkansas, according to Christopher Stuart, president and chief executive officer.“Arcom Systems has been a key player for many years in providing life-safety and security solutions to the hospital markets in Arkansas and as a result, has been chosen as the systems integrator of choice for several significant projects.Arcom Systems employs an outstanding team of project managers, project engineers and installation personnel who have performed brilliantly to ensure successful outcomes on key projects.We invest heavily in the ongoing training and support of all of our employees to ensure an outstanding deliverable to our clients, on-time, every time.”
Securetech (no. 47)—“We attribute our firm’s growth to our greatest asset, our dedicated professionals who share a relentless growth attitude and a passion for the value of innovation,” said Eduardo Concepcion, chief executive officer of the San Juan, PR company.
VinTech Systems (no.48)—VinTech’s success and growth is the hard work of each team member, said Mun Wong, president. “We are a small local company. Each team member of VinTech is highly involved in our client’s interests, from start to finish. From customized security solutions to personal care. We know our clients, understand their needs and truly care about them. Clients are comfortable with and trust us because of our knowledgeable staff, budget friendly security solutions and personalized service. It shows from how many clients have been gained from referrals.”
Electric Guard Dog (no. 49)—“Our growth has been driven primarily by the growth of our outside sales force,” said Nathan Leaphart III, chief financial officer. “We have seen our name recognition grow as new markets have been introduced to our company and our product, the Electric Guard Dog electric security fence system. This new source of leads has significantly increased our contract rate. In fact, we’ve made step function increases in our installation base and service base to accommodate the growth. Additionally, freight companies continue to be victimized by cargo theft, and are more driven to protect their facilities to lower their theft and reputational risk.”