Fast50’s STS 360 makes Inc. listing

SD&I magazine’s No. 6 ranked Fast50 firm—STS360 (www.securityinfowatch.com/10656733), Plano Texas, just ranked on the prestigious Inc. magazine sixth annual Inc. 500 l 5000—an exclusive listing of the nation’s fastest growing public companies.

STS360 ranked no. 1720 and joins the elite list which chronicles the success of America’s independent entrepreneurs. The company documented some 166 percent growth in security, placing it 34th in the industry sector, according to the Inc. report http://www.inc.com/inc5000/profile/sts-360.

STS360 is a high-level systems integrator specializing in IP surveillance technology and a market leader in the Dallas area providing services to government and education end users. It also provides access control, intrusion detection, perimeter security, campus and visitor security and monitoring services in a full systems solutions approach.

Their secret to success, according to Bobby Khullar, president: “Is an unwavering dedication to, and trust for my entire team and our clients, alike. At the end of the day it’s the people working together that make it all come together,” he said.

Khullar said STS has grown organically since the beginning and has weathered economic downturns as they come, each time coming out stronger.  “I would attribute that defining perseverance and growth to the fact that we maintain our focus and run a well-organized and close team of talented individuals, simultaneously making strong alliances with our industry partnerships. By the end of this calendar year STS would have reached its most remarkable milestone to date, allowing us to bring on board strategic personnel that will only serve to increase horizontal business within our current customer base, and launch our newly branded security centric technologies.”

Jessica Clark, executive vice president of STS360, said the company is extremely proud of its accomplishments over the last several years. “Our projections are that we will continue to demonstrate our explosive growth in the marketplace,” she said.

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