SecurityNet announces new officers

SecurityNet, a 21-member network of security systems integrators, announced this morning its 2008-2009 officers. New president of SecurityNet, John Krumme, is president and CEO of Kansas City-based, Cam-Dex Security Corp. Krumme is joined by other new SecurityNet officers, including:

- Vice president, Thomas Asp, president/CEO of VTI Security Integrators (Minnesota)
- Treasures, Larry O'Brien, president/CEO of SFI Electronics (North Carolina)
- Secretary, J. Matthew Ladd, president/CEO of The Protection Bureau (Pennsylvania)

The organization is an affiliated group of independent systems integrators working together at a national level, and in some international locations. Currently, the organization represents integrators totaling some 1,200 employees, with 50 offices and combined revenues of more than $350 million. According to Krumme, expanding that presence is one of his top goals, and the organization will be seeking to create partners for Southern Europe, China, Middle East and Africa.

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