ADS Security recognized as one of Nashville's fastest growing companies

Dec. 22, 2016
Nashville-based security company shows impressive growth and earns top honor from prominent Nashville organizations

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (12/15/16) – ADS Security (ADS), a regional electronic security and automation company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, was recently named a Fast 50 company by the Nashville Business Journal. The annual award recognizes the top 50 companies from their annual NBJ Top 100, a list of the area’s 100 top private companies ranked by revenue. The Fast 50 companies are recognized for the having the greatest revenue growth over the past three years.

ADS was also recently recognized by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center as a finalist for their 2016 Next Awards. These awards honor companies’ excellence in business and entrepreneurship in Middle Tennessee. ADS was one of five companies recognized in the market mover category for products and services.

“I am so proud of our team,” says ADS President & CEO, John Cerasuolo. “Their hard work and commitment to delivering legendary service have earned us these two prestigious awards. I remind myself everyday how fortunate I am to work with such an amazing group of people.”

This recognition comes during a record year of growth for ADS. In 2016 alone ADS has purchased a record six security companies following the five purchases in 2015. These deals have yielded ADS over 8,000 customers year-to-date and two new locations, bringing the total to 21 locations throughout the Southeast. 

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