Entrance Controls purchases 1Pointe

Nov. 10, 2008
Acquisition to allow company to offer a 'full-spectrum' of security solutions

Entrance Controls announced Monday that it has purchased 1Pointe, a Portland, Ore.-based provider of network monitoring and IT security.

According to a statement issued by the firm, the acquisition will allow Entrance Controls to offer a “full-spectrum” of security solutions, thus resulting in the creation of one of the largest security companies on the West Coast.

“The security industry continues to change as customer needs and technologies evolve. Acquiring 1Pointe is a pivotal step in Entrance Controls’ growth strategy and ability to efficiently service all avenues of business security,” said Entrance Controls President David Pelkey in the statement.

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