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Advanced Security Group continues to be recognised


18th September 2014

Advanced Security Group continues to be recognised with several recent Awards


Nationwide security integrator, Advanced Security Group, has again been recognised in recent months receiving three awards.

In February Advanced Security was named the 2013 Axis System Integrator of the Year for New Zealand, June the Gallagher SMS Top Channel Partner for 2014/2013, and in August the Milestone Best Performing Partner for New Zealand for 2013.

These awards follow an already impressive list of awards including being finalist in the Minister of Defence – Excellence to Industry Awards in 2010, winner of the Lenel Highest Growth VAR Award in 2011, winner Top & Largest Gallagher Channel Partner in 2012, winner of AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards in 2012 and received a Highly Commended in the same awards in 2013 in the $10M-100M Category.

Advanced Security Group CEO, Mike Marr commented that ‘recognition through ongoing awards acknowledges what our people deliver every day and the size and market position Advanced Security has in the New Zealand security industry today’.

The Advanced Security business has grown significantly over recent years with branches now all around New Zealand, an announcement is also imminent with Advanced Security set to announce a South Island acquisition in the coming days.


About Advanced Security Group
Advanced Security Group forms part of the TPT Group of Companies and is a wholly dedicated corporate and industrial electronic security systems integrator with clients and project installations covering New Zealand.

Today Advanced Security is one of the largest corporate sector electronic security integrators in New Zealand.

The business operates branches in Northland, Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Rotorua, Kawerau, Napier, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Wanganui and Wellington.

TPT Group of Companies own companies in the electronic security, commercial property, finance and communication sectors.


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