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“Physical Security Company of the Year” - ADT

ADT Security Clinched Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Industrial Technologies Award for “Physical Security Company of the Year”

ADT Security recently received the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Industrial Technologies Award for Physical Security Company of the Year. Frost & Sullivan presented the award to ADT Security for demonstrating insight into its customers’ needs and optimizing its product line to meet the needs of the various market segments. In its fourth year, the Frost & Sullivan Industrial Technologies Awards recognize excellent achievements of companies in various industries in Asia Pacific.

“ADT's expertise and capabilities to integrate the different elements of the security systems for its clients enables them to optimize resources at their end. Its single-minded focus on customers with a dedicated and focused team with greater reach, new products, and an improved technical and delivery competency is enabling ADT to grow their business in the Asia Pacific region. This is evidenced by a significant growth of about 30% in its Access Control and Video Surveillance business which has outstripped the overall industry growth in the region,” said Sanjay Singh, Vice President of Industrial Technologies, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan.

At the awards ceremony, Robert Zhu, President of ADT Security for Asia Pacific said, “It is a privilege to receive this prestigious industry award. This is a significant achievement for us as it recognizes our efforts and commitment in bringing our customers superior solutions that address their challenging needs in today’s dynamic environment. Our vertical market-focused approach and customer-focused strategy enable us to target different market segments effectively. This award will help spur greater product innovations and even higher quality integrated solutions to benefit more customers in this region.”

The Frost & Sullivan Industrial Technologies Awards honor outstanding performances by companies in such industries as electronics and security, industrial automation and process control, energy and power systems, chemicals materials and food industries, as well as new and emerging technologies. Award recipients are selected based on Frost & Sullivan’s in-depth analysis of their industries, extensive evaluations and research.

A world leader in providing integrated security solutions, ADT Security’s solutions are implemented in key infrastructures throughout Asia Pacific including the new Terminal 3 in Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi and major transportation hubs in China. Leading Fortune 500 companies around the world count on ADT Security to help them protect their people and assets. Examples include some of the world’s largest logistics companies, numerous pharmaceutical companies, leading financial institutions and many others.

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