NEWTON, Mass., Aug. 31 -- Industrial Video & Control Co. (IV&C), a leading provider of networked-based video surveillance systems, announced today that it has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the country's fastest growing privately-held companies.
A manufacturer of IP-based cameras and developer of advanced software for managing networks of video systems, IV&C was founded in 2001. It has been internally funded and profitable from day one. "We hit the market at just the right time with the right technology," states Norman Fast, President of IV&C and one of the three founders. "We have also been able to attract a group of incredibly talented and dedicated employees."
IV&C has introduced a number of innovative video security products including cameras that are intrinsically safe and certified for use in hazardous areas, and EMI hardened cameras for use on Naval vessels. The company provided video security cameras for several major ports, traffic monitoring, pipeline security, industrial plants, and police departments.
In the September 2006 issue of the magazine, IV&C is ranked 179 out of 500 companies in Inc.'s 25th anniversary survey. The company has experienced a 646.1% growth rate over the last three years. According to Inc. Magazine, "Only 33 publicly traded companies show three year growth revenue higher than the No. 500 company on this year's list. The Inc. 500's illustrious alumni roster includes such household names as Microsoft, Oracle, E-Trade, Domino's Pizza, Jiffy Lube..."
Based in Newton, MA, IV&C delivers a broad range of quality IP based video systems to industrial, commercial and military applications. Their standards-based software, which delivers quality video to PCs and other client devices over a network, is designed to be scalable and easily integrate with third party software. A key strength of IV&C is its ability to develop cameras, enclosures, and software to meet demanding customer requirements. IV&C is on the web at www.ivcco.com.