ADS Security makes back-to-back acquisitions

Sept. 6, 2018
Company acquires Delta Security Systems in Brownsville, Tenn., and Wilson Alarm Company in Hopkinsville, Ky.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (09/06/18) – ADS Security (ADS), a regional security and automation company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, has acquired the customer accounts of Delta Security Systems in Brownsville, TN and Wilson Alarm Company in Hopkinsville, KY. ADS has now closed six acquisitions in 2018.

Delta Security Systems customers will now be serviced by the ADS Security branch in Jackson, TN while the Wilson Alarm Company customers will now be serviced by the ADS Security branch in Clarksville, TN

“We are excited about these partnerships and are thrilled about this further expansion in Tennessee and Kentucky,” said John Cerasuolo, ADS President and CEO.

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

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