Robert McMenimon, president of MAC Systems, is the new president of SecurityNet.
SecurityNet, a 22-member international network of top independently owned security system integrators, today announced that Robert McMenimon, president of Canton, Mass.-based MAC Systems, will serve as president of SecurityNet for 2006-08.
Other organizational officers include Dave Shelton, president of D/A Central of Oak Park, Mich., serving as vice president; John Krumme, president of Kansas City-based Cam-Dex Security serving as secretary; and Larry O'Brian, president and chief executive officer of Charlotte, N.C.-based SFI Electronics, serving as treasurer.
McMenimon said his goal as president for the next two years is to continue to grow an organization that now represents more than 1,200 employees spread over 50 offices with combined total revenues in excess of $300 million.
"SecurityNet has grown aggressively over the past four years - particularly in 2005 when we added five international members," he said. "My primary focus will be to maintain our growth, while continuing to strengthen our core competencies as well. That is the key to keeping SecurityNet as the premier global security solutions provider."
Founded in 1993, SecurityNet is a network of 17 North American and five international leading independent system integrators offering clients a single, responsible source for meeting all electronic security needs. The group serves commercial, industrial, education, government, financial and public-sector facilities across North America, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Brazil and the Dominican Republic. For more information visit the SecurityNet Web site at www.security-net.com.