ADS Security expands again in Mississippi

May 24, 2018
Alarm One Inc. acquisition is its second in the state in 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (05/24/18) – ADS Security (ADS), a regional security and automation company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, has acquired the customer accounts of Alarm One, Inc. in Columbus, MS. This marks the third acquisition for ADS in 2018 and the 26th acquisition since 2014. The newly acquired accounts will be serviced by ADS Security’s existing branch in Columbus, MS.

“We are thrilled about this partnership and excited to welcome the Alarm One team to ADS. Growing our presence across Mississippi is a key part of our strategy and this is an important step along that path,” said John Cerasuolo, ADS President and CEO.

Alarm One customers will have access to the ADS advanced suite of residential and commercial services, like an industry-leading mobile app, smart home technologies, video surveillance, and access control solutions. Additionally, ADS has an elite, private monitoring center located in Nashville, Tennessee, where customers can call and speak to a live person, 24/7/365.


Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, ADS Security (ADS) was established in 1990 and currently serves thousands of businesses, industrial facilities and residences throughout the southeastern United States. ADS provides a full range of burglar and fire alarms, as well as video surveillance, access control and automation systems. ADS Security is the only security company to operate a UL-listed, elite, private monitoring center in Middle Tennessee.

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